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SHAHRAM KARIMI (1957), IRANIAN VISUAL ARTIST – Lifelong issue: the search for a place to call home.

THE GRAY-BLUE COLORS OF MEMORY

SHAHRAM KARIMI 1/2 – He lives and works between Germany and the United States, but he was born in 1957 in Iran, growing up in Shiraz. He is a self-taught artist, who has achieved success both in his country and in the West. http://www.shahramkarimi.com/ His paintings depict the dilemma of contemporary Iranian, seeking identity combining the present with the past and the future. Each of his paintings tells a fragment of his memories, piece of his personal past. On his canvas overlooks the past simplicity, with people, flowers and atmospheres of an Iranian village.  

SHAHRAM KARIMI 2/2 – Painting he strives to remove the dust of oblivion, revealing the identity of contemporary Iran. He exhibited in many galleries and museums (including Susan Eley Fine Art and Leila Heller Gallery in New York) and some of his works have been auctioned (such as “The Spring” sold in 2012 for $ 35,000).

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