The final week of the amazing “Glitch Art: Pixel Language” exhibition is already here, featuring three exceptional glitch video art pieces by the exhibit’s curators Mohammad Ali Famori and Sadeq Majlesipour and the talented artist Reza Famori. The exhibition, which started its 11-week run on December 25, 2020, is on view at Bavan Gallery in Tehran, Iran through March 12.
The Final Week of “Glitch Art: Pixel Language” Exhibition
The first glitch video art exhibition in Iran, “Glitch Art: Pixel Language” was organized by the independent non-profit artistic institution Platform 101, in collaboration with the Tehran-based center for art studies ArtResearcher and the design studio Famori Studio. 35 innovative video art pieces by 27 meticulously selected Iranian and international artists have been showcased at Bavan Gallery for almost 11 weeks now, with two new artists exhibited every seven days. This week is the last one for the exhibition, and it is marked by a memorable presentation of the works by Mohammad Ali Famori, Sadeq Majlesipour, and Reza Famori.
Mohammad Ali Famori is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist whose works have been exhibited at 28 international exhibitions. Sadeq Majlesipour is a graphic designer and pioneer glitch artist who had the first solo exhibition of glitch artwork in Iran. Both Mohammad Ali Famori and Sadeq Majlesipour are curators of “Glitch Art: Pixel Language” exhibition. The third video art piece presented this week is the work by Reza Famori, a professional photographer and art director based in Alanya, Turkey.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the glitch video art exhibition in Tehran has been a success. It has established a new discourse of pixel language and digital art overall. The show is on view through March 12, so you still have a chance to visit it if you are in Tehran now.
The full list of participating artists includes Mohammad Ali Famori, Sadeq Majlesipour, Reza Famori, Arezou Ramezani, Neda Dastafkan, Abarca, Shalala Salamzadeh, Arash Masoom, Golnaz Behrouznia, Elnaz Mohammadi, Hossein Pouresmeil, Erfan Ashourian, Sina Kiadaliri, Francesco Corvi, Suture, Franco Palioff, Razieh Kooshki, Parisa Pakzamir, Nima Mansoury, Nikzad Arabshahi, Parnian Donyari, Diyu Fang, Nazila Karimi, Sabato Vissconti, Behrouz Farahani, Shahab Shahali, and Vahid Qaderi. The featured musician artist of the exhibition is Farbod Hamedi.