Tabrizian published her first monograph, Correct Distance, in 1990. Her photo-book Beyond the Limits (2004), is a critique of corporate culture and is inspired by the works of Jean Baudrillard and Jean-François Lyotard. Her films include Journey of No Return (1993), The Third Woman (1991), and The Predator (2004).
Tabrizian has exhibited her work at the Tate, Modern Art Oxford, Gallery Lelong, New York, the Architectural Association, London, and numerous film festivals. In January 2018, she exhibited at London Art Fair with Arte Globale.
Early life and education
- Correct Distance. Manchester: Cornerhouse, 1990. With a text by Griselda Pollock.
- Beyond the limits. Göttingen, Germany: Steidl, 2004. With texts by Stuart Hall, Christopher Williams, Francette Pacteau and a contribution from Homi K. Bhabha.
- This is That Place. London: Tate, 2008. Catalogue. With a text by T. J. Demos.
- Another Country. Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2012. With texts by Bhabha, David Green, and Hamid Naficy.
- The Third Woman (1991) – writer and director, 16 mm, 20 mins
- Journey of No Return (1993) – writer and director, 16 mm, 23 mins
- The Predator (2004) – writer and director, 35 mm, 28 mins
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- Veil, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, United Kingdom (touring in Europe)
- 2003 Solo show, Museum of Folkwang, Germany
- Far Near Distance –`New Positions of Contemporary Iranian Artists’, the House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany
- Solo show, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
- 2004 Solo Show, BBK, Bilbao, Spain
- Voodoo Macbeth: a tribute to the work of Orson Welles, De la Warr Pavilion, United Kingdom
- FotoArtFestival, Poland
- Wall House project (on the work of an American architect John Hejduk), Noorderlicht Gallery, Groningen, Netherlands, and Wall House Foundation, traveling to. New York (forthcoming)
- 2007 International Photo, Phillips de Pury, New York
- Brighton Photo Biennial 2006. Artists, Mitra Tabrizian. Accessed 18 December 2007.
- University of Westminster. Centre for Research and Education in Art and Media (CREAM), Research Staff, s.v. "Prof. Mitra Tabrizian". Accessed 18 December 2007.
- Steidl. Artists, "Mitra Tabrizian". Accessed 18 December 2007.
- Cooke, Rachel (8 June 2008). "Here, there and nowhere". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 6 April 2010.
- "Modernity grapples with tradition in the work of Iranian photographers". Saudi Gazette. 9 March 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010.
- Arte Globale. London Art Fair. Mitra Tabrizian
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