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Bahar Behbanani Biography

Bahar Behbahani (b. 1973 in Tehran, Iran) has a research-based practice through which she explores various cultural landscapes via painting, videos, installations, and interactive lectures. By reinventing archival materials, she questions the relationship between knowledge, power, and spatial memory. Behbahani's work was recently featured in the solo exhibition Let the Garden Eram Flourish at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College. Her work has been featured in the 7th Moscow Biennale, Russia; 11th Shanghai Biennale, China; Sharjah Biennial 10, UAE; and The Tribeca Film Festival, NY; among others.

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Bahar Behbanani In Ocula Magazine

Asia Contemporary Art Week: Diary #4: 3–9 October 2018 Ocula Insight Asia Contemporary Art Week: Diary #4: 3–9 October 2018 By Banyi Huang

For the first week of Asia Contemporary Art Week 's (ACAW) October programming, a series of diverse and thought-provoking events unfolded across various boroughs of New York City. On 3 October, Christopher K Ho staged a walk-through of his solo project Aloha to the World at the Don Ho Terrace (3 October 2018 to 6 January 2019) at The Bronx...

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