Parvin Peivandi
Weeping Woman, 2018
steel, leftovers of grandmother’s Kurdish outfits, black paint, thread
34.5” x 28.5” x 10”
$5,000

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About Parvin Peivandi 
Parvin Peivandi is an interdisciplinary artist working across a wide range of mediums including sculpture, installation, ceramic, textiles, performance, and media art. She holds a MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2019), the University of British Columbia (2016) and BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design(2014). She has shown her works internationally and won awards such as Illinois emerging artist award and NCECA 2021 multicultural award. In 2020, her textile art was nominated for the Brandford/Elliot Award for Excellence in Fiber Arts by the Textile Society of America. Peivandi’s recent exhibitions include the Art Auction/show in the Polygon Gallery, a solo show in Chicago at Amazigh Contemporary and group shows at Expo Chicago’s international exposition of contemporary and modern art, Terrain exhibition biennale, Sullivan Gallery in Chicago and Trapp Projects and Centre A in Vancouver.

Parvin Peivandi
Weeping Woman, 2018
steel, leftovers of grandmother’s Kurdish outfits, black paint, thread
34.5” x 28.5” x 10”
$5,000

Purchase this Artwork

About Parvin Peivandi 
Parvin Peivandi is an interdisciplinary artist working across a wide range of mediums including sculpture, installation, ceramic, textiles, performance, and media art. She holds a MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2019), the University of British Columbia (2016) and BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design(2014). She has shown her works internationally and won awards such as Illinois emerging artist award and NCECA 2021 multicultural award. In 2020, her textile art was nominated for the Brandford/Elliot Award for Excellence in Fiber Arts by the Textile Society of America. Peivandi’s recent exhibitions include the Art Auction/show in the Polygon Gallery, a solo show in Chicago at Amazigh Contemporary and group shows at Expo Chicago’s international exposition of contemporary and modern art, Terrain exhibition biennale, Sullivan Gallery in Chicago and Trapp Projects and Centre A in Vancouver.