Mehran Modarres-Sadeghi | Thread
Mehran Modarres-Sadeghi (MFA 2017) is showing her series of work, , created from 2017 to 2020 at the Sunshine Coast Arts Council in the Doris Crowston Gallery. The exhibit runs from March 12 to April 12 with an opening reception on March 15 at 2 PM and meet the artist on March 22.
is a series of sculptures made from everyday objects wrapped in black string. It includes traditional Iranian objects, such as a copper tray and blue tiles, and modern objects from Western culture, such as adidas shoes, and headphones.
For more information about the exhibit, please visit the Sunshine Coast Arts Council.
Mehran Modarres-Sadeghi is a visual artist based in Vancouver, BC. Originally from Isfahan, Iran, she immigrated to Canada 20 years ago where she has received an MFA in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design (2017) and a BFA from University of British Columbia (2007). Her recent practice is mostly engaged with drawing and sculpture, although she has worked in a variety of media such as photography, painting, and installation. Modarres-Sadeghi has exhibited her work at several art galleries in Greater Vancouver, including group exhibitions at the Cityscape Community Art Space, Surrey Art Gallery, Concourse Gallery (ECU), as part of MFA Interim exhibition, Charles H. Scott Gallery (ECU), as part of MFA graduate exhibition, and most notably Centre A, as part of a group exhibition, Spring Exhibition, in spring 2017. After the Doris Crouton Gallery show, Modarres-Sadeghi’s work will be shown at Emrooz Gallery in Isfahan, Iran, in August 2020.