Karim Nasr

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Born (1953-01-24) January 24, 1953 (age 70)
Alma materUniversity of Tehran
  • Painter
  • Illustrator
  • Writer
  • Sculptor

Karim Nasr (Persian: کریم نصر‎; born January 24, 1953) is an iranian painter, illustrator, writer and sculptor.


Karim Nasr was born in 1953 in Rasht and received a bachelor's degree in architecture from the United Kingdom and a master's degree in graphics from the University of Tehran.[1] He has been a member of the jury of the Sixth Biennial of Iranian Painting, and has four terms of two biennial judges of Iranian illustration in his artistic record. He has also authored a book on the history of art for children (Nazar Publishing) and has published dozens of notes and articles on contemporary Iranian art in publications.


  • Landscapes, Hoor Gallery, Tehran 2019[2]
  • Abandoned Heritage, Bon Gallery, Tehran 2017[3] [4]
  • Still Alive, Vista Gallery, Tehran 2015 [5]
  • The last hill of The East was held simultaneously in Homa Gallery and Aan gallery from September 18 to October 27, 2010. [6]


He has won more than 20 domestic and foreign awards in the field of painting, illustration and sculpture, including a gold plaque from Bratislava in 1991 and a selected gold plaque of the Iranian Design Biennial.[7] He has also won the award of The great name of illustration; ,from Association of Illustrators, Tehran November 2016. [8]


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