Farideh Lashai

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Farideh Lashai in 2006

Farideh Lashai (فریده لاشایی in Persian‎ 1944 – February 24, 2013) was an Iranian painter. She was born in Rasht, Iran.[1]

Education: B.A. from the Academy of Decorative Arts, Vienna, Austria.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 1968, Milan, Italy, Gallerie Duomo
  • 1968, Selb, Germany, Studio Rosenthal
  • 1973, Tehran, Iran, Seyhoon Gallery
  • 1974, Tehran, Iran, Tehran Gallery
  • 1976, Tehran, Iran, Tehran Gallery
  • 1977, Khoozestan, Iran, Cultural Center of the National Iranian Oil Company
  • 1984, Bakersfield, USA, Clark Gallery
  • 1987, Basel, Switzerland,Gallery Demenga
  • 1987, Lavalta, Malta, National Museum of Fine Arts
  • 1987, Tehran, Iran, Classic Gallery
  • 1987, Tehran, Iran, Golestan Gallery
  • 1988, Düsseldorf, Germany, Libertas Gallery
  • 1988, Basel, Switzerland, Gallery Demenga
  • 1988, Mamut Lake, USA, Art Gallery
  • 1990, USA, Berkeley University
  • 1990, London, England, Hill Gallery
  • 1992, Tehran, Iran, Golestan Gallery
  • 1993, Düsseldorf, Germany, Gallery Aum Hufeisen
  • 1994, Tehran, Iran, Golestan Gallery
  • 1995, Pau, France, Gallery Nouste Henric
  • 1996, Tehran, Iran, Golestan Gallery
  • 1997, Laudun, France, Gallery Chateau Lascours
  • 1998, Tehran, Iran, Golestan Gallery
  • 2005, Tehran, Iran, Mah Art Gallery

Group exhibitions[edit]

  • 1968, Ostend, Belgium, International Young Artists
  • 1971, Tehran, Iran, International Exhibition of Tehran (as a member of the Austrian Pavilion)
  • 1973, Tehran, Iran, Iranian Women Artists International Exhibition of Tehran
  • 1975, Tehran, Iran, Four Women Artists Exhibition, Iran-America Society
  • 1978, Basel, Switzerland, International Exhibition

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Iranian contemporary artist Farideh Lashai dies at 68". Payvand.com. Retrieved 2013-02-26. 

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