Conceptual artist, curator and critic, Haleh Niazmand's art has been exhibited nationally and internationally in many galleries and museums including, San Diego Museum of Art, CA, Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Fe, NM, Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, IA, Des Moines Art Center, IA, University of Arizona Art Museum, Tucson, Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania, Bergen Electronic Art Center, Norway, Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, Argentina, A Space Gallery, Toronto, Canada, and Macy Gallery of Columbia University in NYC. Additionally, her work has been published in a number of scholarly essays, journals and professional magazines, including Art Papers, US Art, X-Tra, Middle East Women Studies Review, Radical History Review, Artweek, Fuse Magazine and Mix Magazine of Toronto, Canada as well as Neural of Italy. Her work has also been reviewed in local as well as national newspapers including The Washington Post and San Francisco Chronicle, and interviews with her or about her has aired on Public Radio, Radio Free Europe of BBC, as well as Pacifica Radio.
Haleh Niazmand designed and organized several collaborative projects with underrepresented community groups in California, as well as in Iowa during her artist residency at the Des Moines Art Center from 1998 to 2000.
Before joining the faculty of art department at Modesto Junior College in the fall of 2005, Niazmand founded and directed the Gallery Subversive; a nonprofit exhibition space devoted to high quality dissident art. She Holds an MFA from the University of Arizona in Tucson.
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