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Laleh Kazemi Veisari (b.1983 in Stockholm, Sweden) is an artist living and working in Stockholm. With a background in social science and research Veisari joined the M.F.A. programme at the Department of Fine Art at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in 2017. Veisari’s
interdisciplinary practice embraces drawing, painting, and writing at its core, and engages with processes of collective learning and inquiry. Veisari’s formal vocabulary is evolving alongside her ongoing studies of seeing, allowing for new ways of knowing and relating. Recent solo and group exhibitions include 2019: With|Letters from Water /Konstfack (Stockholm), Loungen#2/ Konstnärshuset (Stockholm); 2018: Porous Red Dust/Bror Hjorths Hus, (Uppsala); and 2017: The Backside of Things/Lilla Galleriet KKV Bohuslän (Hamburgsund). In 2018, Veisari recieved the drawing grant Bror Hjorthföreningens stipendium för unga tecknare.

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Karlstam, C., Tecknad rymd i kraftfulla bilder, Uppsala Nya Tidning, 13. September 2018. (Source:

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