London, London, United Kingdom
About Alireza Sadreddini
London base Iranian visual artist; Alireza Sadreddini started his creative life since early ages. He won his first award in painting as second place of the country's best pupil's painting when he was only 9years old. He was later known for his creative and avantgarde designs when he was a young artist and worked as director of many youth art projects in late 80's, later in 90's he changed his line and turned to an independent multi-media and visual artist using early CGI applications. Several of his first photo-paint artworks and graphic designs were published in Tehran International Graphic Biennal book of 1994, when he was already recognised as one of the pioneer of his country's digital visual artists, He did compose and created many artworks in the way to not been seen as digital but close to handmade collage and canvas paintings between 1994 to 2005 before he move away forever from his home country and being nomad artist for almost two years, Then he settled in London and worked since on his art projects for international audience. His focuses are more on visualizing Human Emotions and in many cases addressing sorrow and melancholic mood made him known as Poetic Artist. Currently he is living in London, working in his art studio based in heart of city; he tries to express human loneliness and reflection of the depressions caused by modern society. He seldom uses naked bodies as form or shape to demonstrate his concept on deep human emotions. Sadreddini's works are recognised by BBC where he gives his creative services on regular basis and also by Saatchi Online showdown selection that had been exhibited in Art Paris 2011 art fair. Alexander currently is more involved making and directing independent art house films as well as digital photo manipulations and photo-paints where he combines his passion of photography with his excellence skills of painting and mastering his concepts.
MA in Architecture / BA of Visual Communication
ArtParis art fare / le Grand Palais