Sahand Hesamiyan, born in 1977 in Tehran, holds a Bachelor of Sculpture from the Tehran University and currently lives and works in Tehran.
The works of Sahand Hesamiyan are primarily interactive. They are clearly derived from Islamic architecture, and in many occasions this intense relationship goes beyond the mere reflection and repetition of the forms and influences the titles of the pieces and the brief descriptions often accompanying them.
Sahand's work has been shown in solo exhibitions including Frame Reference, Sam Art, Tehran, Iran (2015); Tavizeh, Dastan’s Basement, Tehran, Iran (2015); Khalvat, The Third Line, Dubai, UAE (2014); Sulook, The Third Line, Dubai, UAE (2013); Memory Lives On, Aun Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2011); Do You See Me!, Ave Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2008).
He has taken part in numerous international group shows including Jameel Prize 4, Asia Culture Centre, Gwangju, Korea (2017); LTR:RTL, Isfahan Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran (2017); Persian Garden Party, Nicolas Flamel Gallery, Paris, France (2015); Centerfold: Spring of Recession, Sazmanab Center, Tehran, Iran (2015); Iran Pavilion, 56th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (2015) and The Blue Route, Musée National Adrien Dubouché, Limoges, France (2014); Art for Peace, Moshen Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2014); The Blue Route, Villa Empain, Brussels, Belgium (2013); Summer Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London, UK (2012); My Super Hero, Morono Kian Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (2011); Selfdom, Haftsamer Gallery, Tehran (2011). Sahand’s work is included in important private and public collections, including: the Delfina Entrecanales Collection, The Samawi Collection and MAC.
Sahand currently lives and works in Tehran.