Bahram is the creator of a dramatic world of painting. He is obsessed by a vision that his work clearly illustrates, that of the human being in his solitude. This vision manifests itself in imagery that goes beyond language. Rather, it is conveyed in the diction of a continuous set of symbols: the face, the body, the empty room, the inaccessible towers, the dilapidated homes, and the landscape as forces of nature. Bahram’s paintings are subtle works of nature and humanity. They weave tales of beauty and love, fear and solitude, forgiveness and understanding, anxiety and furtiveness, freedom and dependence.
Bahram was Born in 1952 in Syria. He completed his art studies at the Kunstakademie in Münster, Germany. Bahram continues to live and work in Münster. Bahram’s first exhibition was held in 1983 in Germany, followed by others in the UK, Hungary and New York. He has since participated in various exhibitions in Germany, Mexico, France, Syria and the UAE. Bahram holds the honor of having exhibited his work at the Salon d’Automne, one of the most prestigious galleries in Paris, France in 2011.