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Artist Talk: Esha Sadr & Ramin Etemadi Bozorg

  • Central Stage 5221 Central Avenue Richmond, CA, 94804 United States (map)

Diaspora Arts Connection proudly presents an artist talk by Tehran-based interdisciplinary artist Esha Sadr and conceptual artist Ramin Etemadi Bozorg on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Join us for a presentation by the artists and a delightful conversation about the Tehran art scene. This presentation is in Persian language. English interpretation is available upon request. Refreshments will be served.


Esha Sadr is an Iranian artist and writer. Born in Nooshahr in 1983, Esha spent her childhood in port cities of Iran, attending exceptional talents school 1994-2001. She attended Art and Architecture University and graduated with an MA degree. She divides her time between Prague, Vienna and Tehran during her PhD. in Theater, Film and Media.

Esha has been working in many Intercultural and interdisciplinary art projects. She works in a variety of media including documentary film, theatre, performance art, video art and writing.

Esha has exhibited performances throughout Iran, USA, France, Germany, Morocco, since 2012. She has also begun a video art & text series which she named “Little Confessions of Life” more than 100 less than 1minute mute videos since 2011. In addition, she has been published numerous art critics in new media and theater in medias within.

Ramin Etemadi Bozorg is an Iranian conceptual artist. Born in 1977 Tehran, He produces work in a variety of media predominantly sculpture, including painting, performance art, video art and installation.

Ramin graduated with a BA in painting from Art and Architecture University, Iran in 2001. He has been involved in many new-media projects that have emerged in Iran for the first time. Examples of his past work was introducing performance arts and video arts for the first time in Iran.

He is a member of “Iranian Society of Painters”, “Iranian Society of Sculptures” and “Iranian Promotion of Visual Arts”.

Through his work Ramin expresses the compassion which has been partly banned or forgotten due to the characteristics of his society. He constantly documents a range of social-political events and most intimate, unspoken personal events.

Ramin has had fourteen solo exhibition (painting, sculpture, video art), fifteen performance art presentations, and has also participated in more than seventy group exhibitions, art festivals, Expo and Biennales in Iran, USA, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Turkey, Morocco, UAF, Armenia and China.

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