The fantastical landscapes of Iranian-born painter Ali Banisadr (born 1976) are informed by his experiences as a war refugee. Fusing his own recollections with Persian mythology, the artist creates anarchical scenes of carnage amplified by rich colorful abstraction. Banisadr's lush compositions suggest Hieronymus Bosch, while his fractured imagery evokes the shock of trauma.
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