Between Our Walls–Tehran, Iran 1956-2014 is a photo-based research project which narrates the story of a house in the northern part of the rapidly developing Tehran, Iran, in the late 1950s, built by a middle-class family member, an employee of the National Iranian Oil Company. His family resided many years in that house before they left Iran after the Islamic Revolution of 1979. They abandoned the house and all its objects in hopes of returning one day, a homecoming that never came through.
“A House/Second Cut” is a document – based project in six individual chapters and a pilot displayed different aspects of the house and the life in it which held at Platform28 (Tehran-Iran). This show presented a unique selection of documents from a house which was built in Tehran 1958 and demolished 2014.
A photo group exhibition called “The Animal Within” at No.6 gallery (Tehran-Iran).
“Final Encore 2” an installation group show was held at Dastan gallery (Tehran-Iran) 2013 to honor Iranian national car “Peykan” which was going to close the factory line after more than 40 years of service.
“Final Encore I” was an installation group show about honoring a house that it was going to be demolished very soon after. This show was held in the house itself by the support of Azad gallery (Tehran-Iran) 2012.