Green Art Gallery now representing artist Dorsa Asadi

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Green Art Gallery now representing artist Dorsa Asadi
Dorsa Asadi, Installation view of 'Strange Fruit', 2023.

DUBAI.- Green Art Gallery has announced the representation of Tehran-based artist Dorsa Asadi. Her solo exhibition, Strange Fruit, is currently on view at the Gallery until 29 July.

Dorsa Asadi’s ceramic sculptures combine local references, such as the aesthetics of colorful Iranian paintings and tiles, with contemporary subject matter such as gender, identity, environmental issues, and narratives that have shaped paradigms throughout history. She fabricates myths based on frequent motives in mythology across the world, for instance, the duality and superpowers of twins, fertility, sacrifice, and death, in order to make her narrative installations.

Born in 1992 in Tehran, Iran, Asadi obtained her MA in Painting (2018) and BA in Handicrafts (with a concentration on Ceramics) (2014) from the University of Tehran. She had her Residency at Helikon Art Center, Turkey (2019) and at Vayu Art and Mind Residency, Kashan, Iran (2022).

Solo exhibition include Strange Fruit, Green Art Gallery, Dubai, UAE (2023); Balneum Mariae, Azad Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2022); and Elle and Belle a Tale with No Rise and Fall, Azad Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2019). Selected group exhibitions include: The Symposium of Tales, Maryam Art Gallery, Kashan, Iran (2022); A room of one’s own, Soo Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2022); Shabtaab, Azad Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2021); Temple/Garden, Mohsen Projects, Mohsen Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2020); One of a thousand, Hakim Elahi Art Gallery, Rasht, Iran (2019); Soratan, Homa Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2019); Art for Peace Festival, Pardis Mellat Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2018); At the Limen of a Forged world, Laleh Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2017) and A few credible stories, Araan Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2017) among others.

She lives and works in Tehran.

Green Art Gallery
Strange Fruit
On view until July 29th, 2023

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