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(Born in 1958 in Rasht, Iran. Lives and works in .)
Mahmoud Hamadani’s drawings are a meeting of nature, abstraction, and chance, all in black and white. The artist himself has stated that his work illustrates the principle of "doing as much as possible and as little as necessary." Hamadani typically creates works in series, with a broad range of subject matter from Chinese poetry to mathematical equations, always with a minimalist undertone.
Hamadani’s work has been exhibited in the UK, the USA, and Iran. His work is also part of collections of The British Museum, Shaw Pittman, and Peter Selz. He was awarded the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2005 and has had residencies, including at the Santa Fe Art Institute Residency Program.
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