A running theme for the art works by Nasser Ghazizadeh, born in Sagehz, Kurdistan, Iran, is an investigation into our perception life and memory. In many of his exhibitions the use of bold colour and heavy brush stokes demonstrates his influence by Picasso’s Blue period but his heart is set on the Kurdish landscapes as evident from his painting "Kurd".
Painting and drawing from an early age of 7, his mother's cheerful disposition encouraged his natural curiosity about everyday things and feelings. Especially of Humanity. Eventually after Paris Sorbonne (DEA en Arts plastiques) 1985, artistic Nasser chose nudes and expressive stallions as the basis of his contemporary work. He completed his education at Paris Sorbonne (Doctorat en preparation) in 1987.
Whilst he continues to work as evident from "The Blind Boof" he is making preparations to exhibit both old and new paintings in galleries in London and Paris in 2015. His recent interview suggests his empathy for the modern day heroes.
Foyer Protestant a Aubervilliers, Paris, 2005
Sterk Tv Belgium, Belgium, 2015
Montreuil Hivernales, Paris, 2013
L'Institut Kurde de Paris, Paris, 1983