Rana Dehghan (Tehran)



Pop-up Installation

Synopsis: A site-specific work weaving various mediums such as drawings, sculpture, and paintings to analyze the disturbing relationship between human consumption and the animal kingdom’s existence. The artist forefronts humanity’s continuous detrimental behavior towards animal-kind, calling attention to our complete oblivion of their suffering and destruction.The work is a strong protest against animal maltreatment and consumption as part of the world’s heritage and collection of integral celebratory rituals and holiday traditions.
Rana Dehghan’s FIELD MEETING participation is supported by Roya Khadjavi Projects (New York).
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Rana Dehghan was born in Tehran, Iran and her works span from painting to video art, sculpture, and installations, with subject matters that root from observations into the human body, gender, and environmental issues. Dehghan studied fine art and painting at the Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Fine Arts (Pune, India) and Faculty of Fine Arts and Architecture, Azad University (Tehran). She has participated in a number of exhibitions, including a solo installation show in 2016, 2017, 2018, and several collaborative art projects.