Ali Nedaei was born in 1957, Abadan, Iran. He began his career in painting in 1983; he has since obtained a Masters Degree in painting from Tehran Art University.
He is a member of the society of Iranian painting, among many other related groups.
Ali Nedaei (b. 1957) Human at the Beginning of the Third Millennium
Silent Myths Signed, 2017 Acrylic on canvas 200 x 840 x 5 cm
Ali Nedaei (b. 1957) The Battle of Fereydoun and Zahhak
Silent Myths Signed, 2017 Acrylic on canvas 211 x 440 x 5 cm
Ali Nedaei (b. 1957) The battle of Lion and Myth No 1
Amongst the Myth Signed, 2018 Silver marker on canvas 150 x 180 x 3 cm
Ali Nedaei (b. 1957) The battle of Lion and Myth No 2
Amongst the Myth Signed, 2018 Silver marker canvas 150 x 180 x 3 cm
Ali Nedaei (b. 1957) The Battle of Lion and Myth No 3
Silent Myths Signed, 2018 Acrylic on canvas 172 x 280 cm
An exhibit at London's Contemporary and Modern Art gallery is showing people another side to Iran and 'bringing cultures together'
08 August, 2018
Tehran’s CAMA Gallery just opened their doors in London’s Westminster district with a goal of bringing Iranian art to the West, busting taboos around Middle Eastern art and educating the masses on why Iranian art is not all dark, archaic and Islamic
22 July, 2018
As the London art world heads towards its customary deep summer hiatus, various exhibitions manifest themselves that might not perhaps attract attention at a less competitive time. Once is a show of work by Bernice Sidney
09 July, 2018
The mysticism of Persian Mythology explored at CAMA Gallery London in solo show of contemporary Iranian artist Ali Nedaei
03 July, 2018
Nadaei’s Battle of Lion and Myth series presents a modern twist on the traditional Persian epic poem Shahnameh. The artist presents the horse as an independent sign
02 July, 2018
“Ali Nedaei’s work explores Persian mythological subjects in both human and animal form, presenting classical themes in a modern and dynamic way.
02 July, 2018
Ali Nedaei, whose works have already graced galleries in Tokyo, Paris, and Venice, is preparing for his first solo-exhibition in the UK at CAMA Gallery, London.
01 July, 2018
Specialising in contemporary Iranian Art, CAMA Gallery have now opened a permanent space in London
28 June, 2018
Mystical and mesmerising paintings influenced by Persian mythology make up the second show at CAMA Gallery London.
19 June, 2018
CAMA Gallery, a Persian art specialist from Iran, has opened its first London gallery in Westminster.
04 June, 2018
Attempts to isolate Iran politically for these past four decades have had an unexpected result: they have driven forward a dramatically innovative national contemporary arts scene.
21 May, 2018
Their works, which capture a different side of life in Iran, are shifting for vast sums. As the first gallery devoted to Iranian art opens in Britain, we go behind the scenes
04 May, 2018
Following the success of their space in Tehran, CAMA Gallery, the new international market leaders in Modern and Contemporary Iranian art, have announced the opening of their London gallery today the 5th of April with an inaugural exhibition of 19 Contemporary Iranian artists.
05 April, 2018
CAMA is a brand-new project that’s planning to make a ripple in the London art scene. The gallery’s owners explain to Sophia Akram for The Iranian what visitors can expect.
01 December, 2017