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Hesam Sharifi

Hesam Sharifi, an Iranian visual artist and filmmaker was born in January 1989 with an inherent passion for art. His creative journey began with painting, where he honed his skills in figurative, expressionistic, and surrealistic styles. His love for the arts led him to pursue studies in illustration, where he learned the craft of graphic and digital painting. With time, Hesam diversified his skillset and ventured into the world of filmmaking, excelling in directing and editing. Today, Hesam Sharifi is a multi-talented professional, proficient in illustration, painting, motion graphics, and character design. He also dabbles in 

Today, Hesam Sharifi is a multi-talented professional, proficient in illustration, painting, motion graphics, and character design. He also dabbles in screenwriting, directing, and editing, complementing his primary career. His exceptional talent as a character designer and illustrator has earned him recognition from advertising magazines.

Hesam Sharifi has also made a name for himself as an independent filmmaker, producer, and editor. His short films and documentaries, including “New Vocal,” “Okr,” “Twist,” “Southern Song,” “Stone, History, Human,” “The Story is Over,” “SMS,” and “Controversy,” have received critical acclaim for their artistic and thought-provoking themes. Despite his success in filmmaking, Hesam Sharifi remains an ardent painter, having mastered digital art and various traditional painting techniques such as pencil, pastel, watercolor, and oil. He has also excelled as a painting teacher since 2002.

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Hesam Sharifi’s outstanding talent has earned him numerous accolades, including the “Different Look” section at the Fajr International Festival, where his painting was featured in the Tehran Martyrs Museum. His latest project, the avant-garde and experimental short film “Zaqqum, The Tree of Hell,” won the Best Film Poster at Rome Prisma Films Awards in October 2022. The film explores the lives and perspectives of the bourgeoisie and working class in Iranian society, delivering a poignant message through its creative approach.

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Hesam Sharifi’s latest online exhibition, “The Renascence of Disposable Papers,” showcases his modern surrealism paintings on disposable papers, highlighting the theme of environmental degradation caused by human actions. His captivating and thought-provoking works have garnered the attention of art enthusiasts worldwide, cementing his position as a master of his craft.

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