Painting

Seyed Jamaleddin Tabasi-nejad

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Iranian Painter
 
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Seyed Jamaleddin Tabasi-nejad
Born in Kermanshah, 1954
Academic background USA

Student exhibition, Louisiana State University, 1976
Student Group exhibition, Houston, Texas, 1977
5 group exhibitions, Contemporary Art Museum, Tehran
Individual exhibition, Sheikh Art Gallery, 1991
Elected artist in the First Biennale of Iranian Painters, Contemporary Art Museum, 1992
Individual exhibition as the first Iranian painter in Belgrade, April 1992
Second Exhibition of Nature & Flower, Tehran, 1992
2nd Painting & Miniature Exhibition at Tehran Int. Permanent Fair site, June 1993
An exhibition in Atlanta, Georgia, by Universal Fine Arts Co., 1993
Individual exhibition for the opening of Tabas Gallery, 1994
Individual exhibition, Neda Gallery, 1994
Group exhibition with his students, Tehran, Keyhan Gallery, 1994
Group exhibition with his students, Tehran, Naqsh Jahan Gallery, 1995
3rd Painting & Miniature Exhibition at Tehran Int. Permanent Fair site, 1995
Individual exhibition, New York, 1994
Individual exhibition, Tokyo, 1995
Individual Modern Painting Exhibition, Kuwait, 1996
Group exhibition with his students, Tehran, Barg Gallery, 1996
Group exhibition to the advantage of those suffered by earthquake in Ardebil, Arasbaran Gallery, 1997
Individual exhibition, Dubai, 1997
Interior Design Exhibition, Seoul, 1997
Group exhibition with his students, Tehran, Barg Gallery, 1997
Individual exhibition, Kish University, 1978
Group exhibition with his students, Tehran, Barg Gallery, 1998
Group exhibition, IRIB Conference Center
Selection of artworks for museums and cultural centers
Culture & art consultant for Universal Fine Arts Co., Austrian Chamber of Commerce, Qatar Embassy, Yugoslavian Embassy in Iran, and also various legal and personal entities in Iran and abroad
Repair and rehabilitation of paintings and historical impressions
Drawing & Painting teacher since 1980
20 years working on Persepolis and Bam Arq
Individual exhibition on Persepolis and other traditional architecture of Iran, Reza Abbasi Museum, 2000

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