Morad Montazami is an art historian and curator. His research interests are cosmopolitan modernisms and histories of the avant-garde in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and North Africa. He has published essays on Farid Belkahia, Bahman Mohassess, Behjat Sadr, Hamed Abdalla, Jordi Colomer, Latif Al Ani, among others. He curated the exhibitions Fugitive Volumes and Faouzi Laatiris: Catalogue déraisonné at the Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rabat (2016) and co-curated the exhibition Unedited History: Iran 1960-2014 at Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris and MAXXI, Rome (2014). He is the director of Zaman Books Publishing and its related journal Zamân. Morad Montazami is currently working as a research curator at Tate Modern, London.
After the Wildly Improbable
Between the Lines
Morad Montazami: Railway Stories of the Betrayed Avant-Garde, lecture
Hamid Ismailov: From the Railway to the www., lecture
- After the Wildly Improbable -
Sep 16, 2017