Atefeh Khas

Atefeh Khas
Last Name: Khas
First Name: Atefeh
Country: Iran
City: Tehran
Art Form: Other
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Nature is a pure place for my artistic inspiration. It is also the place for finding myself.
This is for the human who finds meaning in nature, who comes from nature, and who will return to it again.
All challenges of human life, all concerns and plights of modern life, can be forgotten in nature for a quiet moment.
Traveling, exploring nature, moving beyond the stressful city life, human and natural, are some of the themes that I seek to explore in my work.
Performance, fiber installation, site specific projects, film and photography are the varied ways I use to express this deep searching


Atefeh Khas is an Iranian artist. She is currently a second year MA student in Art Research in Alzahra University in Tehran, and she has her Bachelor in Painting from Shahed University in Tehran.
She is a member of an environmental artists group "Open Five" since 2005. Her specialty is in Environmental Art. she has been participated in more than twenty three Environmental Art Festivals in Polour, Hormuz, Shoushtar, Uremia, Isfahan and Nowshahr since 2005 to present. Her works have been exhibited internationally such as, Tirgan festival in Canada and Re-Fashioning Fiber at GreenSpaces, New York, USA. She also was selected for the Environmental Art Residency Program in South Korea in 2012. She has several projects related to environmental art with using different material.


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Fyer , Fyer!
Starts: Monday, October 7th, 2013 at 8:00 PM
Ends: Saturday, October 5th, 2013 at 4:22 PM
Gershwin Hotel
7 East 27th Street
New York, United States
SIREN Baroque kicks off its third season with Fyer, Fyer!, the first of four concerts exploring the ancient elements, in a special collaboration with the innovative baroque dancers Laura Careless and Marisol Cabrera. The program features blazingly passionate works by Morley, Monteverdi, Rebel, Scarlatti, and Handel, all of which use fire as a metaphor for nature’s wrath, spiritual zeal, lustful ardor, or the terrors of hell. With SIREN Baroque’s “impassioned performances” (Early Music America) accompanied by strikingly seductive choreography, it promises to be an evening to ignite the senses.
Phone: 212-545-8000