EARLY WORKS

Surveillance
Surveillance

1977 Aquatint 15 x 12 inches / 38.1 x 30.48 centimeters Edition of 1 + 1 Artist Proof INQUIRE

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Kurdish Women
Kurdish Women

1972 Etching/Aquatint and photo-etching 12 x 15 inches / 30.48 x 38.1 centimeters Edition of 3 + 1 Artist Proof INQUIRE

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Going Away
Going Away

1978 Etching/Aquatint 12 x 15 inches / 30.48 x 38.1 centimeters Edition of 2 + 1 Artist Proof INQUIRE

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Escape
Escape

1975 Aquatint 15 x 12 inches / 38.1 x 30.48 centimeters Edition of 1 + 1 Artist Proof INQUIRE

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RECENT WORKS

Movement of Leaves
Movement of Leaves

2015 Oil on glass 16 x 20 inches / 40.64 x 50.8 centimeters INQUIRE

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Black Stallion
Black Stallion

2012 Print on canvas 11 x 14 inches / 27.94 x 35.56 centimeters INQUIRE

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Blue Cup
Blue Cup

2014 Acrylic and glitter on canvas 24 x 24 inches / 60.96 x 60.96 centimeters INQUIRE

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Church Front
Church Front

2009 Acrylic on canvas 50 x 50 inches / 127 x 127 centimeters INQUIRE

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NAHID HAGIGAT

 

Nahid Hagigat is a visual artist who combines her paintings with her own life stories. After graduating in Fine Arts from Tehran University, Hagigat continued

her studies in the United States. She received her Ph.D. from New York University in Art and Art Education, specializing in painting and printmaking. She exhibited
in Tehran often and was instrumental in introducing printmaking to the Tehran art galleries. She recently received her second Ph.D. from Huntington Pacific University in Art & Behavioral Therapy.

 

Hagigat has had multiple solo and group exhibitions
in the United States. In addition, her work is in numerous private and public collections including the British Musem, Tehran Museum of Modern Art, JP Morgan-Chase New York, New York University, and World Bank in Washington, D.C. among others. Her work recently appeared in the landmark exhibition Iran Modern at Asia Society, New York, which focused on Iranian art created during the three decades leading up to the revolution of 1979. Hagigat lives and works
in NYC.