Shirana Shahbazi is an Iranian-born photographer who is currently based in Switzerland. Her work ranges art installations and large conceptualized images of everyday life.
Entitled "Between Daylights", this series by the artist plays with its viewer's perception and "makes one think that they are seeing something where there is nothing."
Shirana Shahbazi's work is a modern translation of abstract inspirations and is a subtle homage to the cubism art works of greats like Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. The artist's pieces xplore a spectrum of hues and examine complex geometries that are layered and joined together impeccably.
"Her geometrical compositions are completely done without digital image processing and persuasively illustrate her ongoing concern with pictorial genres and modes of production."