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Born 1997

Tehran, Iran

Razavi intertwines images of ordinary objects, icons of popular culture, and real or imaginary signs & symbols to construct narratives, scenes, and stories. His work addresses the personal and collective experiences of social and intimate life. He is best known for his “graffiti-like drawings,” which he began working on four years ago in a sharing studio with artist Fereydoun Omidi. Coming from an advertising background, working on large pieces of such was a natural step for him.

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