| bio | Laleh Kazemi Veisari is an artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. Her interdisciplinary practice embraces drawing, painting and writing at its core, and engages in collaborative processes, researching the social and environmental imaginary.

| recent solo exhibitions | The Everyday Holds the Broken (2020), Galleri Öst, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm; Lingering for a Time (2020) Centrifug, Konsthall C, Farsta; Letters from Water (2019), Konstfack, Stockholm; Porous Red Dust (2018), Bror Hjorths Hus, Uppsala.

| recent grants | One-year working grant, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Konstnärsnämnden (2020); Bernadotte grant, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm (2019); Bror Hjorthföreningens stipendium för unga tecknare, Drawing grant, Uppsala (2018).

| education | MFA in Fine Arts, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts, and Design, Stockholm (SE). Previously: MSc Political Science, Interdisciplinary programme, Gothenburg University (SE); BSc Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science (UK).

| review |  Karlstam, C., Tecknad rymd i kraftfulla bilder, Uppsala Nya Tidning, 13. September 2018.

| contact/inquiries | studio(@)laleh.one