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Vitry Sur Seine (94), France
Younes Faghihi was born in 1981 in Iran. After graduating in graphic design in 1999, he received his certificate in calligraphy from the Iranian Calligraphy Society in 2001. He graduated in visual arts and decided to dedicate himself to this field in a professional and academic setting.
In 2010, Younes was therefore invited to carry out artistic research at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, where he is currently based. He creates unique forms and beautiful structures that evoke emotions and bring conceptual meaning to words. For Younes, each alphabet is like a character with feelings and emotions. He brings words to life by creating new movements and modern forms.
He explores visual rhythms, flows and abstract forms to create a new but universal language through which he expresses himself. He spent much of his childhood in the midst of conflict during the Iran-Iraq war and lost his father in the war. That is why peace and love are at the heart of his works which reflect very private and personal experiences and communicate with people in a way that does not dialogue.
2010: Master in Advertising Management - EMU - Cyprus
2003: BFA, Faculty of Art and Architecture, Azad Islamic University of Tehran - Iran
2001: Graduated from the highest degree of professional calligrapher by the Iranian Calligraphy Society
1997 : Bachelor of Graphic Design - Iran
2018: Olivier Mousson Gallery, Paris
2016: Le100 Gallery, Paris
2014: GRK Gallery, Paris
2013: GRK Gallery, Paris
2005: Al-E-Ahmad Gallery, Rey
2004: Mirmiran Gallery, Iran Art Forum, Tehran
2002 : Laleh Galleries, Tehran
2000: Laleh Gallery, Tehran
- Jamshidieh Gallery, Tehran
- Honar-e-sabz Gallery, Tehran
1997: Tehran Municipality Gallery
Group exhibitions :
- Bonhams Los Angeles - United States
- Kamil Art Gallery, Monte Carlo - Monaco
2014: GRK Gallery, Paris, France
2013 : MANART Gallery "quand les lettres sont amoureuses" | Accompanied by GRK Paintings | Paris, France
- Cité internationale des arts, Paris, France
- Mah e Mehr Gallery, Tehran, Iran
2009: Cultural Centre of Iran, The Netherlands
2007: Naami Galley, Iran Art Forum, Tehran