SORAYA SHARGHI

SORAYA SHARGHI

SORAYA SHARGHI

SORAYA SHARGHI

SORAYA SHARGHI

b. 1988, based in New York, USA

b. 1988, based in New York, USA

b. 1988, based in New York, USA

b. 1988, based in New York, USA

b. 1988, based in New York, USA

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SORAYA SHARGHI
GAZE (EVE.11), 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 198.12 x 114.3 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GAZE (EVE.11), 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 198.12 x 114.3 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GAZE (EVE.11), 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 198.12 x 114.3 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GAZE (EVE. 11), 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 198.12 x 114.3 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GAZE (EVE.11), 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 198.12 x 114.3 cm

Soraya Sharghi, Golden Birds, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 137.16×190.5cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GOLDEN BIRDS, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas, 137.16 x 190.5 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
Golden birds, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas, 137.16 x 190.5 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GOLDEN BIRDS, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas, 137.16 x 190.5cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GOLDEN BIRDS, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas, 137.16 x 190.5 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
GOLDEN BIRDS, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas, 137.16 x 190.5 cm

Soraya Sharghi, 2020, Roaring trumpet, Wood, 200 x 135 x 105 cm
SORAYA SHARGHI
ROARING TRUMPET, 2020
Wood, 200 x 135 x 105 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
ROARING TRUMPET, 2020
Wood, 200 x 135 x 105 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
ROARING TRUMPET, 2020
Wood, 200 x 135 x 105 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
ROARING TRUMPET, 2020
Wood, 200 x 135 x 105 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
ROARING TRUMPET, 2020
Wood, 200 x 135 x 105 cm

Soraya Sharghi, 2020, The fountain, Acrylic on canvas, 152.4x241.3 cm
SORAYA SHARGHI
SHELTER WOODS, 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 144.78 x 203.2 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
SHELTER WOODS, 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 144.78 x 203.2 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI
SHELTER WOODS, 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 144.78 x 203.2 cm
SORAYA SHARGHI
SHELTER WOODS, 2019
Acrylic on canvas, 144.78 x 203.2 cm

SORAYA SHARGHI

In her large-format paintings Soraya Sharghi depicts a mythology of the 21st century. A traditional iconography, hitherto with masculine connotations, experiences it's refiguration through the female body. These new heroines make it possible to reflect on archaic-utopian matriarchy in a contemporary context. The motifs and detailed friezes depicted in her works are based on memories of childhood fairy tales, which Sharghi uses to build her own fantasy world. Within her fantasy, she is able to reflect the challenges of inner and outer battles in our reality. 

Representations of Persian mythology, together with Japanese anime and contemporary literature, are also central to her inspiration. From this experience, Sharghi developed a very precise and highly topical painting technique, which she combines with screen printing, gold leaf, plastic elements on canvas and 'Khātam', an ancient Persian inlay technique.
SORAYA SHARGHI

In her large-format paintings Soraya Sharghi depicts a mythology of the 21st century. A traditional iconography, hitherto with masculine connotations, experiences it's refiguration through the female body. These new heroines make it possible to reflect on archaic-utopian matriarchy in a contemporary context. The motifs and detailed friezes depicted in her works are based on memories of childhood fairy tales, which Sharghi uses to build her own fantasy world. Within her fantasy, she is able to reflect the challenges of inner and outer battles in our reality. 
Representations of Persian mythology, together with Japanese anime and contemporary literature, are also central to her inspiration. From this experience, Sharghi developed a very precise and highly topical painting technique, which she combines with screen printing, gold leaf, plastic elements on canvas and 'Khātam', an ancient Persian inlay technique.
SORAYA SHARGHI

In her large-format paintings Soraya Sharghi depicts a mythology of the 21st century. A traditional iconography, hitherto with masculine connotations, experiences it's refiguration through the female body. These new heroines make it possible to reflect on archaic-utopian matriarchy in a contemporary context. The motifs and detailed friezes depicted in her works are based on memories of childhood fairy tales, which Sharghi uses to build her own fantasy world. Within her fantasy, she is able to reflect the challenges of inner and outer battles in our reality. 
Representations of Persian mythology, together with Japanese anime and contemporary literature, are also central to her inspiration. From this experience, Sharghi developed a very precise and highly topical painting technique, which she combines with screen printing, gold leaf, plastic elements on canvas and 'Khātam', an ancient Persian inlay technique.
SORAYA SHARGHI

In her large-format paintings Soraya Sharghi depicts a mythology of the 21st century. A traditional iconography, hitherto with masculine connotations, experiences it's refiguration through the female body. These new heroines make it possible to reflect on archaic-utopian matriarchy in a contemporary context. The motifs and detailed friezes depicted in her works are based on memories of childhood fairy tales, which Sharghi uses to build her own fantasy world. Within her fantasy, she is able to reflect the challenges of inner and outer battles in our reality. 
Representations of Persian mythology, together with Japanese anime and contemporary literature, are also central to her inspiration. From this experience, Sharghi developed a very precise and highly topical painting technique, which she combines with screen printing, gold leaf, plastic elements on canvas and 'Khātam', an ancient Persian inlay technique.

Königsallee 27 & 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

+49 (0)211 82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

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Mon–Fri: 10am–7pm,
Sat: 10am - 6pm