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An installation service can be book upon request. After purchase, our customer service team will be in contact with you via email (usually the same day as purchase) and this service can be requested then.
Mitra Tabrizian is an Iranian-British artist and filmmaker. The artist aims to document the nomadic life of the local people that she interacts with. She's also interested in themes pertaining to corporate culture and migration.
Mitra’s photographic work has been exhibited and published widely. Her work can be found in major international museums and public collections, including the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington and Los Angeles County Museum… of Art amongst others. Her solo museum shows include Tate Britain (2008), Moderna Mussset in Stockholm and Museum of Folkwang, Essen. She has also exhibited at the Venice Biennale (Iranian pavilion, 2015).
She has also been the recipient of several photographic awards, including the Royal Academy ‘Rose Award for Photography’ (2013). Her debut feature film 'Gholam' is due to release in early 2018.