Pantea Haghighi is an independent curator and founder of the Republic Gallery, Vancouver. Republic is a commercial gallery representing artists with an impressive breadth of careers, whose works in visual art, photography, and sculpture have garnered widespread acclaim, and have been featured in numerous exhibitions at institutions across Canada and abroad. Haghighi holds a BA in Art History from the University of British Columbia, and also undertook interdisciplinary graduate-level research at UBC. Haghighi's curatorial projects include the upcoming exhibition Historic Photographs from the Qujar Period (The Polygon Gallery, November 2018), Modernism in Iran (Griffin Art Projects, 2018), the Utopias Constructed series (2014-2018), where/between (Equinox Gallery, 2016), Mirrored Explosions (West Vancouver Museum, 2016), and Unsent Dispatches from the Iranian Revolution, 1978-1979 (Presentation House Gallery, 2005).
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