A series of drawings on paper and wood panel by artist Khosro Berahmandi. The works pictured here all date from early 2010, and are filled with a kind of disjointed, isolation and melancholic symmetry. Each merits zooming in on in order to appreciate fully. The headless, or faceless characters are often lifted out of the mundane into an arena of distorted drama, where tribal lines invest the characters with suggestions of motion and power.
Khosro Berahmandi, originally from Iran, has lived and worked in Montreal since 1990. Working in visual arts for more than 25 years, he has participated in some thirty solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the United States and in Europe. Berahmandi attended the Université Paris VIII, Paris, France and Concordia University, Montreal, Canada to study art.
For more information on Khosro, please visit his website at: www.khosro.info