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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Berlin, May 2015
Stockholm, August 2014
Stockholm, May 2012
Berlin, September 2009
Stockholm, May 2008
Berlin, June 2005
Stockholm, April 2004

Sirous Namazi

Image No. 1 of Sirous Namazi

Untitled (staket), 2016, MDF lacquered, 100 x 240 x 240 cm

Image No. 2 of Sirous Namazi

Chandelier, 2014, glass, brass, lamps, 240 x 75 x 75, edition 2/3

Image No. 3 of Sirous Namazi

Carpet, 2014, printed saxony carpet, 320 x 220 x 21 cm, edition of 3

Image No. 4 of Sirous Namazi

Sink, 2014, 3D print, ABS plastic, 166 x 57 x 55 cm, edition 1 of 3

Image No. 5 of Sirous Namazi

Leaning Horizontal, 2012, Supermarket shelving system (steel, lacquer, plastic), supermarket products, 180 x 249 x 94 cm

Image No. 6 of Sirous Namazi

Untitled (Modules), 2012, iron, enamel paint, 175 x 172.8 x 42 cm

Image No. 7 of Sirous Namazi

Untitled (Modules) (Detail)

Image No. 8 of Sirous Namazi

Box, 2008, glass, 62.5 x 49.3 x 58.3 cm, edition 2 of 3

Image No. 9 of Sirous Namazi

Untitled, 2007, aluminium, glass, pvc doors, 410 x 500 x 500 cm, installation view Nordic Pavillion, Venice Biennale 2007

Image No. 10 of Sirous Namazi

Container, 2007, steel sheet, enamel, 736 x 773 cm, installation view Nordic Pavillion, Venice Biennale 2007

Image No. 11 of Sirous Namazi

Patterns of Failure, 2005, epoxy glue, porcelain, 220 x 25 x 25 cm

Image No. 12 of Sirous Namazi

Sirous Telling Jokes, 1996, Mixed media 00.05.05, edition 6/6

Sirous Namazi was born in 1970 in Kerman, Iran. He lives and works in Stockholm. In 2007 he represented Sweden (with Jacob Dahlgren) at the 52nd Venice Biennial in the Nordic Pavilion. He has had solo exhibition at Fundació Joan Miró (Espai 13), Barcelona (2010), Lunds Konsthall (2009) and Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2003). In 2014 he was awared the Gannevik Art Prize and previously the Edstrandska Award in 2012, the Ljunggrenska Konstnärspriset in 2003 and the Carnegie Art Award (Best Emerging Young Artist) in 2006. The Carnegie Art Award exhibition toured extensively internationally. Recently he participated in group exhibitions at Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Siegen (2014), Göteborgs Konstmuseum (2011), Musée d’Art Moderne de Saint-Étienne Metropole (2009), MART Trento e Rovereto (2008) and Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Kopenhagen (2007) among others.