Anousha Mohsenidarabi

"Freedom" Anousha Mohsenidarabi

Photo credit: Anousha Mohsenidarabi

San Francisco, CA, USA


“Revolutionary Women of Iran” is a body of work that celebrates the strength, courage, and resilience of these women, and highlights the ongoing struggle for gender equality in Iran. Through my art, I aim to capture the spirit and determination of the Iranian woman’s revolution and to celebrate the strength and resilience of women who have fought for their rights.

By creating this body of work, I hope to contribute to the ongoing conversation about women’s rights and equality in Iran and around the world. I believe that art has the power to inspire change and raise awareness of critical social issues, and I hope that my work will help to promote greater understanding and empathy for the struggles of Iranian women.

Through my art, I hope to inspire greater awareness and empathy for the experiences of Iranian women and to encourage ongoing dialogue and activism around women’s rights and gender equality.

Born in 1985 in Mashhad, Iran, Anousha Mohsenidarabi holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, and currently is a Jewelry and Metal Art student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. She discovered her interest in wearable art, and later in 2017, moved to San Francisco to pursue her newest passion in this field.

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