Born in Kermanshah, Iran, in 1942, Brooklyn-based artist Nicky Nodjoumi has developed a significant career that seamlessly integrates art with themes of global political discourse. His educational odyssey commenced at the Tehran University of Fine Arts and culminated with a Master's in Fine Arts from The City College of New York in 1974. His return to Tehran, joining the faculty of his alma mater, marked a pivotal moment in his artistic journey.
Yousha Bashir is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Tehran. He is a graduate of Graphic Design and Visual Arts. His works as well as experimental artistic projects have been featured in four solo exhibitions in Tehran, as well as many curated shows, both in Iran and abroad.
Shiva graduated in 1966 from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Tehran. He then spent several years acquiring practical experience in graphic art before earning a master's degree from Pratt University, New York City, in 1980. Then after creating original works over several decades, he achieved a graphic artist with an Iranian flavor, which indeed prompted museums and collectors across the world to add his works to their collections.
Ebrahim Poustinchi, architect, technologist, and graphic designer was born and raised in Iran in 1988 and moved to the United States in 2013. He is an Assistant Professor of Digital Design at the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at the Kent State University.