Vanecha Roudbaraki is an Iranian painter born in 1966 in Rasht in northern Iran and who currently works in Paris since 1991. (See Related Radio Zamaneh Report Here)
Audio Podcast of Radio Zamaneh Interview of Shahbanou Farah and the Artist Here:
VOA Coverage of Vanecha Roudbaraki’s Exhibit at Seyhoun gallery Los Angeles :
Florence Biennale 2007 – Focus on: VANECHA ROUDBARAKI:
‘Heavenly Man’ by Vanecha Roudbaraki:
About the Artist (Bio from Website):
Vanecha Roudbaraki is a painter born in 1966 in Rasht in northern Iran.
She has always focused on real issues, including her painting reflects tremblée expressiveness, with a zeal more shady qu’apaisée.
Abandoning the trenches aesthetic categories for freedom of interpretation more in keeping with her temperament, her path has been able to preserve and enrich percussion exploded her touch around the topics of election, but has allowed stylistic overlaps which have led to an abstraction naturalist without really desert appearance.
However, her compositions sometimes ambivalent not forget to be consistent, in that nature plays a unifying role, referring to a specific culture and flares of memory. Férue mathematics she is aware that art is not an exact science, but an uncertain and ambiguous adventure, where kinship with the natural kingdom is a metaphor for life. She participated in many exhibitions and fairs such as Art in Capital; Shanghai International Art World Expo in China; Carrousel du Louvre; FIAR International Festival of Art, Rome; Gallery Centro Storico in Florence, The Kay Meek Canter West Vancouver BC Canada; Florence Biennale in Italy; GORA Gallery in Montreal, New York Biennale, Guangzhou Art Fair China; Salon d’Automne in Paris it made her major exhibition at ART ZHU QIZHAN MUSEUN in China in September 2008, where 52 paintings were exhibited. Her work was also prefaced by Xuriguera Gérard and Jean-Luc Chalumeau.