Sahar Eftekharzadeh

sahar eftekharzadeh

Location: Iran

Born 1983- Tehran BA in Industrial Design from IUST of Tehran-2007
Painting;
Group exhibitions: Y Art Studio – 2014 - Tehran./Aria Gallery – 2015 –Tehran./Art Ankara (by Y Art Studio)– 2015 – Ankara./Laleh Gallery – 2015 – Tehran./sohrabgallery-2016/lalehartgallery-sohrabartgallery-4artgallery.2017.

Solo exhibition: SA artgallery-2016-Tehran.

Other Artistic Activities;
Theatre: Actress, director and costume designer; 2001-2010/ Graphics: Graphic designer of the “Architecture and Construction” quarterly for 9 issues; 2006-2008/
Art Critic and Reporter At “Tandis” Visual Art website; 2014 -


Portfolio:

In The Present Perfect Continuous

The “in the Present Perfect Continuous” series is shaped by a simple form-based study, in which; everything that goes out of the frame, will come back in, from the other side of the frame -so the frame doesn’t act as a limitation anymore, unless it acts as a new possibility for creating a variety of new images and contexts-. This continuity and its repetition as well, inject a conception of Time into the painting, in which Time has a locational dimension and is extended in both horizontal and vertical directions. Then The body which is placed in this locatiotemporal* situation, treats itself in a new manner. If this in-self-body could find a way for emancipating from the suffering of temporal repetition, maybe it would reach a kind of eternity throughout the very moment of present, and beyond time and space, it could be into itself.

*A compound word suggested for “Locational -Temporal”

In The Present Perfect Continuous “In The Present Perfect Continuous”

The “in the Present Perfect Continuous” series is shaped by a simple form-based study, in which; everything that goes out of the frame, will come back in, from the other side of the frame -so the frame doesn’t act as a limitation anymore, unless it acts as a new possibility for creating a variety of new images and contexts-. This continuity and its repetition as well, inject a conception of Time into the painting, in which Time has a locational dimension and is extended in both horizontal and vertical directions. Then The body which is placed in this locatiotemporal* situation, treats itself in a new manner. If this in-self-body could find a way for emancipating from the suffering of temporal repetition, maybe it would reach a kind of eternity throughout the very moment of present, and beyond time and space, it could be into itself.

*A compound word suggested for “Locational -Temporal”