Kamrooz Aram’s diverse practice often engages the complicated relationship between traditional non-Western art and Western Modernism. Through a variety of forms including painting, collage, drawing and installation, Aram has found the potential for image-making to function critically in its use as a tool for a certain renegotiation of history.
His work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions and has been widely featured and reviewed in numerous international publications. Aram’s practice occasionally extends beyond the studio to include writing, organizing exhibitions, and teaching part-time at Parsons, The New School for Design. He lives and works in Brooklyn.