Nader Khadiri, an architect, researcher and a fusion artist, was born in 1982 to a Kurdish family. He has been graduated from a vocational school in the field of architecture and in the beginning of adolescence, by joining the painting group of SabzAbi, under the supervision of master Ali Bolboli, has stepped into the world of art and painting.
During 1996 to 2001, along with master Nasrollahi, he exhibited his meditative paintings and abstract style works of art at Seyhoun Art Gallery, Bahman Cultural Centre, Babol Museum and the Biennial of the Contemporary Art Museum (1997).
Over the past 15 years, numerous studies and researches on Iranian architecture and its decorative elements, for using in the contemporary architecture, have encouraged him to learn ancient languages and analyse ancient Persian texts, which led him to combine them with the art of engraving on stone and create the art of calligraphy in cuneiform writing.
Inspired by materials used for construction in ancient Persia, he discovered a combination of hard and lightweight rock, suitable for carvings; therefore, he started rewriting the harmonic and artistic inscriptions of Persian Achaemenid, who were the true founders of the global village and the true leaders of peace and justice, as the roadmap for humanity and the great governments.
On Friday, November 2, CAMA Foundation will celebrate their Los Angeles launch with two art events. The “Time Lapse Exhibition” and “Art Beyond the Canvas” both take place at The Container Yard in the DTLA Arts District. The events showcase Iranian art, film, photography, architecture, and humanitarian projects around the world. The exhibition will run for two weeks, closing on November 14. The opening reception, Friday at 8 pm, is free and open to the public. The Green Truck will be there serving tacos.
12 December, 2018
Celebrating the launch of the CAMA Foundation alongside the Art Beyond the Canvas installation, CAMA Gallery also presents Iranian art in an exhibition of photographs by prestigious Iranian film directors.
13 November, 2018
Khadiri was taught by ancient languages and analyzing ancient Iranian texts and combining them with engraving on the stone and creating the art of calligraphy in a cuneiform.
12 October, 2018
An artist believes that the exhibition “Rewriting and documenting Persian Ancient Achaemenid Inscriptions” is an honour for Iranian language and culture, which could remind young people of our cultural roots in the onset of negative propaganda.
06 October, 2018