Screening Paadmaan Video Event 2019 at Tehran University of Art, December 14.
Francisca Aires Mateus (Portugal), Sara Bonaventura (Italy), Davide Canali (Italy), Emanuele Dainotti (Italy), Cristiana de Marchi (Italy/Lebanon), Kate Donnelly (USA), Alexandre Erre (France), Daren Kendall (USA), Kenji Kojima (Japan), Magdalena Korpas (Poland), Greg Leshé (USA), Manuel Lopez Garcia (Spain), Tarlan Lotfizadeh (Iran), Carol Müller (France), Leyla Rodriguez (Argentina), Humle Rosenkvist (Sweden)+Asta Tutavae (Denmark), David Schafer (USA), Mohamed Shawki (Egypt), Wenhua Shi (China), M. Dianela Torres (Mexico), Thomas Valianatos (Greece), Ilona van den Brekel (Netherland), Hamid Waheed (Norway)
Francisca Aires Mateus Sara Bonaventura Davide Canali #Emanuele_Dainotti Cristiana De Marchi Kate Donnelly Alexandre Erre #Daren_Kendall #Kenji_Kojima Magdalena Korpas Greg Leshé #Manuel_Lopez_Garcia Tarlan Ltfzdh #Carol_Müller #Leyla_Rodriguez Humle Isabella Rosenkvist #Asta_Tutavae David Schafer Mohamed Ismail Shawki Wenhua Shi Mariana Dianela Torres Thomas Valianatos Ilona van den Brekel TAAT Hamid Waheed
Paadmaan (meaning ‘safeguard’ in Farsi) is an independent artist-run platform for contemporary art with an interdisciplinary approach established in 2018, based in Tehran. Through a variety of curatorial programming, Paadmaan seeks to expand on existing discourses surrounding contemporary art within various Iranian communities and supporting their input, transforming into output.
Paadmaan aims to proceed networking locally and internationally and improving collective in the contemporary art scene by focusing on research, dialogue and presentation. Paadmaan promotes these by organizing exhibitions, events, artist residencies, lectures, screenings, publications and various interactions throughout Iran and abroad.