Kamran Sharif is an Iranian Sculptor born in 1978 in Tabriz- Iran. He graduated from Mirak art school in Tabriz. He opened his first private studio in Tehran. And currently he works and lives in Los Angeles, California.
He has used various technical presses and materials. Throughout his practicing including wood, clay, mold making, Bronze and other forms of castings, all done as a generally self-educated artist.
Sharif has employed methods of reductions and notions symbolism in his making as a strategy for experiencing personal feelings and confronting the difficulties of life. His recent works are the outcome of his critical approach to various socio- cultural conditions of the new world of the new society which he is experiencing his life in.
Sharif’s works have been exhibited locally and internationally. Some of his recent Sculptures are being held in museums’ permanent collections such as Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art (LACMA) and Museum Funf Kontinente in München Germany also in private collector collections among lots of world known artists such as Joan Miro, Armand Fernandez, Paul Cezanne, Warhol etc.