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Siavash Jaraiedi

Born in 1984 in Iran, Siavash Jaraiedi has been constructing sculptures and writing poetry from childhood. Jaraiedi studied the foundations of architecture in Tehran before going on to receive his Masters in Advanced Architectural Design, from the Staedelschule School of Art in Frankfurt, Germany in 2010, under supervision and influence of dutch architect Ben van Berkel.   Upon his return to Tehran, Jaraiedi continued to research and teach design process in architectural seminars, with focus in the field of parametric design.  Jaraiedi studied under and eventually assisted esteemed sculptor Parviz Tanavoli at his studio in Tehran from 2015 onward. In 2016, Jaraiedi founded RAAV studio as a home base for his collection of conceptual, hand-crafted jewelry and wearable sculptures inspired by architecture, literature, and history.  

Jaraiedi’s sculptures pay homage to the artist’s various influences, seamlessly integrating his many talents in an effort to capture and visually distill the essence of his poetry. The resulting artworks are enchanting and surreal monuments of truth. Suspended in action, his carefully composed figures seek to reveal profound revelations usually left teeming beneath the surface. Having exhibited his works internationally, Siavash Jaraiedi’s works are included in art collections worldwide, with his sculptures appearing in many publications. Siavash Jaraiedi is currently working as an artist in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

Artist CV

Select Artworks

The King, 2018
Print on Canvas
36 x 24 in.

Sun, 2019
Mixed Media – UNIQUE
39.30 x 39.30 x 5.90 in

Dance of Silence, 2019
14.20 x 7 x 7.40 in

Faith, 2019
20 x 10.40 x 5.30 in

Featured Exhibitions

Iranian Mint: A Contemporary Art + NFT Exhibition- In Collaboration with MetaMural

July 23rd - August 6th, 2022

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