Roxana Manouchehri is a visual artist based in Dublin, Ireland.
Her works include paintings, installation, photography and drawing.
Her inspiration is derived from her environment, childhood memories, her hometown
and Persian miniatures.
in painting. In 2007 she was awarded a 6-month residency in Chang Dong Art Studio,
Seoul, South Korea. Manouchehri was granted an artist residency in Belmont Studios,
County Offaly, Ireland in 2010.
In 2011, she had a residency in Rauma, Finland.
In 2013, she has been awarded for 6 month art studio in Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland.
Also in April 2013, she has been awarded a full stipend residency in Can Serrat, Barcelona.
She has exhibited her works widely, including locations such as Seoul, Pori (Finland),
Tehran, Dubai, London and Dublin.
She has worked with Assar Art Gallery in Tehran since 2001.
In 2013/14 she exhibited her Enigma project in Kevin Kanagh gallery, Dublin.
She had 7 solo exhibitions and participation in more than 50 group shows, art fairs and biennales.
This is a part of her artist statement:
Although primarily a painter, as painting is my favourite discipline, I don’t call myself a painter. Photography, drawing and installation are other media I have worked with. The art form I choose depends on the concept I am working on.