Sorour Fattahi is an Iranian artist.
Since 2003, she has been living in Australia, UK and Lithuania.
Sorour's works reflect her experience as a migrant female artist living between different countries, cultures and languages.
She studies concepts such as identity, self and the sense of belonging. She works with various media and practices. The prompts for her works are stories as well as everyday life engagements.
2017 MScR in Art University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
2007 Master of Visual Arts Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia
2002 Master of Arts in Graphics Azad University, Tehran, Iran
1995 Bachelor of Arts in Painting Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Selected Recent Exhibition
2019 Artist books Exhibition in Vilnius Mini Maker Fair (Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, Vilnius)
2018 Gender Things, group exhibition (Tent Gallery, Edinburgh)
2018 Displaced, solo installation (Užupis Art Incubator, Vilnius)
2017 Solo Exhibition (Tent Gallery, Edinburgh)
2017 The Baltic Artists’ Book Market (Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead)
2017 The Grey People (Sculpture Court, ECA, Edinburgh)
2017 Bookmarks 3 (Sculpture Court, ECA, Edinburgh)
2017 Edinburgh Student Art Festival (Custom Lane Gallery, Edinburgh)
2016 Bookmarks 2 (Sculpture Court, ECA, Edinburgh)
2016 Edinburgh Student Art Festival (The Biscuit Factory, Edinburgh)
2013 Craft and Design Showcase (Babylon Gallery, Ely)
2012 Persbook (Artists’ Hall, Tehran)
2008 Blue-Noir (Redland Art Gallery, Queensland)
2007 Thiess Art Prize 2007 (Dell Gallery, Brisbane)
2007 5th Artists’ Book Fair (Dell Gallery, Brisbane)
2007 QCA Printmaker’s Club Print Auction (Queensland College of Art, Brisbane)
2007 Compact Drawing (White Box, Brisbane)
2006 InterImage III (Tokyo National Museum of Fine Art and Music, Tokyo)
2006 Repeating Minutes, solo installation (College Gallery, Brisbane)
2006 InterImage Art Exchange (College Gallery, Brisbane)
Sorour's works are kept in private collections in Canada, Australia and the UK.
Sep. 2017 Portrait of the in-between Self in partial fulfilment of the requirement of the Degree of MScR in Art
Nov. 2006 Displacement and Identity in partial fulfilment of the requirement of the Degree of Master of Visual Art
Jan. 2002 Reception Aesthetics in partial fulfilment of the requirement of the Degree of Master of Art (Graphics)
May 2001 Colours as Symbol in Nezami’s Seven Figures Seminar of Master Degree Course
June 2000 Painting and Humanism in the Renaissance Seminar of Master Degree Course
Sep. 1995 Creative Motivation and Abstract Painting in partial fulfilment of the requirement of the Degree of Bachelor of Art (Painting)