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About this artwork:


135 x 135 cm (53.15 x 53.15 in)

Mixed media   

Signed by the artist (left corner)

Creation Date: Unknown

Condition: Excellent (like new). No Frame.

Provenance: From a Private Collection

Certificate Of Authenticity: Issued by the Artist and MECA Gallery.

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About Artist:

Morteza Goudarzi, born in Borujerd, is a painter, lecturer, and art critic. He pursued painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Tehran and obtained his master's degree from Islamic Azad University before completing a doctorate in the philosophy of art at the University of Birmingham, England. Returning to Iran, he joined Soureh University and later became head of the visual arts center at the Hozeh Honari institute. Goudarzi's accolades include winning the visual arts festival of the country's cities in 1988 and the 4th Biennale of Painting in Tehran in 1997. He held his first solo exhibition, "Silence Attack," at Sareban Gallery in 2014 and continued exhibiting individually with galleries such as Shirin and Artibition.

Goudarzi is renowned for his theoretical research, authoring over a hundred scientific articles between 1997 and 2001. He has spoken at various research and art conferences on topics such as modern and traditional art, contradictions of modernity, and the new language of world art. His paintings, which straddle abstraction and representation, often depict landscapes characterized by areas of color and texture. Balancing the objective and subjective, Goudarzi's works explore the aesthetic interplay between form and emotion, offering viewers a nuanced experience of visual and sensory movement within his compositions.



  • Tehran (Iran), Artibition: connection of nature and architecture, 2019 (group exhibition)
  • Tehran (Iran), Shokouh gallery: The human of zero year, 2021 (group exhibition)
  • Tehran (Iran), Iranian garden museum gallery: Simorgh, 2023 (group exhibition)
  • Tehran (Iran), Negarkhane Naghsh Jahan: The human of two year, 2024 (group exhibition)

Morteza Goudarzi Dibadj, Iranian(1962), Size:135 x 135 cm (53.15 x 53.15 in)

SKU: 2024/020
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