Reza Hazare born in Zahedan, Iran 1987 hails from an Afghan minority forced to leave their homeland. In his artistry he focuses on the subject of Afghanistan’s social and political situation through drawing, painting and sculpture. Hazare is interested in exploring human relations, the human psyche and things that happened to humanity in different occasions, with a main focus on refugees. Hazare graduated from The Visual Arts School Of Tehran in 2005 and after that he moved to Azerbaijan where he pursued his studies at the Azerbaijan State Academy of Arts. For Hazare it is important to discover the visual traditions and the esthetics of geographical places and how they are visually presented which he tries to show in his work.
Reza Hazare is one of the participating artists in Färgfabrikens upcoming exhibition Shared History. Shared History is an art and research project rethinking the chronological view of History towards a more inclusive historical consciousness through exploring methods of co-creation. During his stay at Malongen Hazare will be able to continue his artistic practice that, due to his situation as a newly arrived artist waiting for asylum, has been limited.