Sheida Soleimani

Indianapolis, Indiana. 1990

Sheida Soleimani is an Iranian-American multimedia artist whose body of work stands as a critique of the Iranian human rights violations and current state of affairs pertaining to the region.


Taking inspiration from contemporary compositions, she portrays an almost grotesque emotion in her pieces, contrasting it with the use of bright colours and figuration.


Her works represent a rebellion against a confined norm and idea of her heritage, with abstract elements placed in the midst of the literal.


May My Eyes
Catch the light when it’s cloudy
So close, come on
Composite Materiality
Constructing an imaginary
Trace Evidence
Female Gaze
Salvaje y Dulce
A Blurry Aftertaste
It’s Not Just A Portrait
Vision of figure
Over All
Talking all Day
The last slice
Processing the past and digesting the future
Down To Earth
Living Room


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