REZA RAHIMI LASKO ORIENTAL ISLAMIC ART
Art Market|Issue #60 June 2021
Reza Rahimi Lasko was born in 1979 in Iran. At the age of 12, he started his official art studies. The most important encouragement came from his mother, who sent him to begin his professional education by Mr. Majid Arvari in 1997.

The sound of Taar (eastern instrument) 60 × 90 cm. Oil on canvas. 2012 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

War and Peace. (Detail) 126 × 90 cm. Oil on canvas. 2011 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

Reza Rahimi Lasko ORIENTAL ISLAMIC ART

Rahimi established his gallery in 2011, followed by participation in group exhibitions and art fairs, including an exhibition at the Reza Abbasi Museum in 2012 and Hiva Gallery in 2010. In 2013 his work was presented in a solo exhibition at Golestan Gallery.

In 2011 - 2012, his work reached the finalists in an international competition held by ARC, presenting his two paintings, Last Station and party, published in an art book. In 2014 – 2015 his paintings The Sound of Taar and Painting were awarded once more at the international ARC competition, followed by an exhibition at the MEAM museum in Barcelona, Spain, in 2015.

War and Peace. 126 × 90 cm. Oil on canvas. 2011 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

'Painting.' 135 × 100 cm. Oil on canvas. 2014 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

Last station 60 × 90 cm. Oil on canvas. 2007 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

The pace of Life. 80 × 64 cm. Oil on canvas. 2017 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

Mystery( painter's father). 89 × 78 cm. Oil on Canvas. 2018 Reza Rahimi Lasko © All rights reserved.

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