Mohammad Barrangi was born in Rasht, Iran, 1988. He is both an artist and medal winning international athlete with a disability in his left hand though he believes it is by no means a stymying limitation. He uses his hand and leg to make his prints.
After studying art he moved into book illustration graduating from the Islamic Azad University of Tonekabon in 2011, majoring in graphic design. He has since exhibited internationally, won numerous illustration awards and has recently had two works acquired by the British Museum. He now lives in the UK having left Iran some years ago.
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Perceptions - Life with Muscular Dystrophy is a one night event to view and purchase an eclectic mix of original art work from Scottish artists.
Overlap sees the return to Upright Gallery of artist Annalisa Merrilees and Debbie Mountain. Both artists having an interest in abstract painting that employs the use of repetition.
This major two-floor exhibition at City Art Centre celebrates Scottish art at the dawn of modernism.
Artists Ginny Elston and Jon Place disrupt traditional ideas of the imagined landscape in their exhibition Reversal(s), on show at Whitespace Gallery from June 4th to June 9th.
Join us for this special private view of this timely tribute to Alan Davie, one of the greatest Scottish artists of the 20th century.