Kazem Ezi (b. 1942, Sabzevar, Iran) left his primary education in the fourth grade. Due to his family’s poverty and his epilepsy. He went on a pilgrimage in 1953 and 1956, which prompted him towards depicting what he had encountered out of his interest in painting. Ezi’s works have been displayed in Gallery Outsider Inn// and the Outsider Art Annual Exhibition. Ezi lives and works in Ezi village. (His body of works, according to the Outsider Art, is defined as Folk Art).