Babak Roshaninejad

Babak Roshaninejad

He was born in 1977, Hamedan, Iran. Babak is a contemporary Iranian artist. He is known for his large scale thick oil paintings that are mainly inspired by social philosophy and the global language of the visual arts. His works were collected by Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

  • Left Face, Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2015)
  • No! The History Is Not Written by the Victors…, Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2012)
  • The Steps Gallery, London, UK (2009)
  • Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2008)
  • Iranian Artists’ Forum, Tehran, Iran (2005)

Selected Group Exhibitions:

  • Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2012)
  • 101: Oil and Its Aftermath, Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2009)
  • Art Expo, Saba Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran (2008)
  • Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2007)
  • Mah-e Mehr Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2007)
  • Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran (2001)
  • Contemporary Turkey, Istanbul, Turkey (2015)
  • Art International Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey (2014)
  • Art Moscow, Moscow, Russia (2012)
  • Contemporary Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey (2011)
  • Art Dubai, Dubai, UAE (2011)
  • Contemporary Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey (2010)
  • Art Dubai, Dubai, UAE (2010)

Public Collections

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran, Iran (2009)

Books

  • There is a Tree at the End of the World, novelette, Saales Publication (2014)
  • Ayeel, novelette, Saales Publication (2013)
  • Rueen, novelette, Saales Publication (2012)
  • Sleeping in Street, aphorism, Nazar Art Publication (2010)
  • From the Unexpectedness of Culture, aphorism, Saales Publication (2010)
  • Art and Minority Discourse, selected essay, Soureh Publication (2009)
  • Art and Hidden Mechanism (selected essays, 2001-2007), Saales Publication (2008)
Left Face No 2

Babak Roshaninejad (b. 1977) Left Face No 2

The Personae Signed, 2013 Oil on canvas 200 x 180 cm

Left Face No 3

Babak Roshaninejad (b. 1977) Left Face No 3

The Personae Signed, 2013 Oil on canvas 200 x 180 cm

SENSATION

London Gallery

SENSATION

group exhibition, 05 April - 20 June

Uncovering Iran Contemporary Art Scene NUVO Magazine

Uncovering Iran Contemporary Art Scene NUVO Magazine

Ask the artist of art enthusiasts their opinion on the work of Babak Roshaninejad, Ghodratollah Agheli, or Bita Vakili and you may get a blank stare.

09 October, 2018


Persian art specialist opens gallery in central London

Persian art specialist opens gallery in central London

CAMA Gallery, a Persian art specialist from Iran, has opened its first London gallery in Westminster.

04 June, 2018


Sensation Iranian art in sensational first exhibition at Cama Gallery London

Sensation Iranian art in sensational first exhibition at Cama Gallery London

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


We go deeper the artists spearheading the boom in Iranian arts

We go deeper the artists spearheading the boom in Iranian arts

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


Sensation an inaugural exhibition of 19 Contemporary Iranian artists

Sensation an inaugural exhibition of 19 Contemporary Iranian artists

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