Iranian artist Babak Roshaninejad (b.1977) has been inspired and influenced by social philosophy and the global language of the visual arts. Self-taught, he uses painting to express his views on culture and in particular the social effects of shared content, emphasising the power of art as an expressive tool in creating cross-cultural dialogue.
Known for his large and limited colour canvases, Roshaninejad’s works are included in prominent private and public collections including Tehran’s Museum of Contemporary Art. His art has been exhibited in a number of art fairs and several exhibitions worldwide. He lives and works in Iran.