“An Iranian-American artist based in Los Angeles, Amir H. Fallah and his parents came to the United States in the wake of the Iranian Revolution. Fallah is best known for richly detailed portraits of people whose families and identities were similarly formed by immigration, assimilation, and otherness.”
Zoom link to Friday’s meet-and-greet here.
And if you miss this, The National Arts Club gives you a second chance to learn about Fallah with their Thursday, January 21st event:
“Denny Dimin Gallery partner Robert Dimin introduces the gallery and the work of Amir H. Fallah. Amir H. Fallah is a painter who investigates the complexities of belonging and otherness in the very place one calls home. His work has been exhibited internationally and he has been featured in The New York Times, ARTnews, The Guardian, and the Los Angeles Times, among others.”
Registration on Eventbrite.