Hadi Fallahpisheh (born 1987, Tehran) is a New York-based artist who creates works in the darkroom using a technique of painting on photosensitive paper with a flashlight. His idiosyncratic method of image making is a performance alone in the dark, probing provocatively at the history of photography. He stages scenes in vibrant colors with cats and mice, houses and cages, a darkly humorous reflection on his experience as an immigrant and the human condition at large. Fallahpisheh received an MFA in Photography from Bard College in 2016 and is a Teaching Assistant (Directed Research: Stephen Prina) at Harvard University. His recent shows include solo exhibitions at Tramps, New York; Central Fine, Miami and Fahrenheit Madrid; as well as group exhibitions at SculptureCenter, New York; TMOCA, Tehran; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Simone Subal, New York and Petzel, New York. He won the Artadia award in 2019. This print is offered as an extension of his upcoming exhibition at Efremidis, Berlin.
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