Sheida Soleimani (b. 1990) is an Iranian-American artist currently residing in Providence, Rhode, Island. Recent solo presentations of her work include To Oblivion (Edel Assanti, London: 2016), Civil Liberties (BOYFRIENDS, Chicago: 2016), National Anthem (Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography, Bern: 2016) and To Oblivion (186 Carpenter, Providence: 2016). Soleimani’s work has been presented in group exhibitions at Club Pro (Los Angeles: 2017), UNTITLED Art Fair, Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Miami: 2016), ROMPONE (Cologne: 2016), S1 (Portland: 2016), the Goss-Michael Foundation (Dallas, TX: 2015) and the Contemporary Art Center (Cincinnati: 2015). She is a 2017 MacColl Johnson Fellowship recipient and was an artist in residence at the Center for Photography in Woodstock, NY in 2016. Soleimani is represented by Edel Assanti in London.

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Maryam, 2016. Archival pigment print, acrylate, glass, 12 x 34 in. 1/1 edition.

Sakineh, 2016. Archival pigment print, acrylate, glass, 12 x 34 in. 1/1 edition.

Delara, 2016. Archival pigment print, acrylate, glass, 12 x 34 in. 1/1 edition.

Raheleh, 2016. Archival pigment print, acrylate, glass, 12 x 34 in. 1/1 edition.

Shahla, 2016. Archival pigment print, acrylate, glass. 12 x 34 in. 1/1 edition.

Shahlan, 2016. Soft sculpture, archival pigment print on cotton. Dimensions variable

Reyhaneh (large sculpture), 2016. Soft sculpture, archival pigment print on cotton, Dimensions variable.

Maryam (small sculpture) 2016. Soft sculpture, archival pigment print on cotton, Dimensions variable.

Images by Mario Gallucci