About Me

Mohammad Modirzadeh was born in Iran in 1967 to a family where the arts were highly regarded and pursued. As a child٫ he developed a fascination for paints, pencils, and paintbrushes as the tools for expressing one’s imagination. At a young age he found himself at home in the creative world of painting and showed great interest and involvement in it.echtgeld spielautomaten In elementary school, his curiosity and creativity did not go unnoticed by his educators who often praised and rewarded him for his talent. Naturally, as a teenager he grew increasingly serious about painting, and specifically gravitated toward watercolor as his favorite medium… Modirzadeh obtained his Master’s degree in Art Studies. His track record includes numerous exhibitions in the Middle East, Europe and North America. Over the years, in addition to education and creating acrylic and watercolor paintings, he has been heavily involved with teaching. To him, teaching was a vehicle that propelled his art to an entirely new level of maturity.

In his work, Modirzadeh seeks freedom from cliché and empty expressions. His work is a report of his suffering and concerns in his relationship with the modern world. Modirzadeh’s illustration world speaks to his audience about several important human issues, including the demise of morality, the destruction of the planet and its consequences, the never-ending chain of imposed and illegal wars, the youth victims of the continuous struggles in a state of chaos, and the gruesome cruelty of humans toward animals, to name a few. Modirzadeh views modern civilization under the shadow of a self-imposed imprisonment; An imprisonment that is a consequence of the ever-growing dominance of industrialization over civilization and the greed of world powers at play.
Modirzadeh’s style can be structurally considered a combination of an abstract foundation with forms arising from expressive cell shaped lines, textures and colors with metaphorical messages, and a variety of very personal symbols specially arranged in an indexed fashion. The highly revered Aydin Aghdashloo has described Modirzadeh’s work as “a successful example of skillful mastery and substantial technical expertise in exploring the boundary of abstract and figurative arts, which achieves a tender and homogenous system riding on the closeness and interaction of the two.”