Nasrin Sadeghi Bojd was born in 1980 in Mashhad, Iran. She went to study at Soore University located in Tehran, Iran, from which she gained a B.A. in 1981, in painting. She has participated in more than 20 group exhibitions and two solo ones.
About the Painting Style
Sadeghi’s works are figurative, expressive and often in the expression of human states. She often focuses on portraying a woman’s image in a space between imagination and reality. Sadeghi uses cool and neutral colors, and with different combinations of reality, putting his portraits alongside other objects, plants, or linear forms of these elements. The use of cool, neutral and harmonic colors, and the creation of abrupt contrasts with delicate and low lines and surfaces of sharp colors, is an honest way of expressing the melancholy of human beings facing the world around them. Most of her portraits are made up of women. The ability to design, accurate color recognition and classical composition, distinguish Sadeghi’s views in her contemporary works.
Mehrva Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2009
Aban Art Gallery, Mashhad, Iran, 2014
Afrand Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2018
Digari Art Gallery, Mashhad, Iran, 2017
Digari Art Gallery, Mashhad, Iran, 2016
Prdismellat Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2016