Nazanin Noroozi is a New York-based artist who was born in Tehran, Iran. Her work explores ideas related to family, the archive and technology.
Nazanin received an MFA in Painting and Drawing from Pratt Institute in 2019 and an MA in Art History from the University of Art in Tehran, Iran in 2012.
She has attended residencies such as Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts in Ithaca, NY; Mass MoCA Residency in Massachusetts; and New York Foundation for the Art Immigrant Mentoring Program.
Solo exhibitions include: Remember I Told You I’d Buy the Flowers Myself at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York and Medusa at Homa Art Gallery in Tehran, Iran.
Recent group exhibitions include: A Bridge Between You and Everything, a group exhibition of female Iranian artists curated by Shirin Neshat at the Highline Nine in New York; What If Not Exotic at Building Bridges in Santa Monica, CA; Status, The First Presbyterian Church in New York City in New York; On the Rocks at Susan Eley Gallery in New York; Evening Red at Museum Ship Lilac in New York; Multiversant atChaShama in New York; and Immigrant Artist Biennial at Radiator Gallery in New York, among others.
She recently had work in a group show curated by Shirin Neshat in New York.
All images courtesy of the artist
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