Kazem Ezi (b. 1942, Sabzevar, Iran) left his primary education in the fourth grade. Due to his family’s poverty and his epilepsy, he started making headlights together with his father and uncle. 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 Outsiderinn\\ and the Outsider Art annual exhibition. He currently lives and works in Ezi village. (His body of works, according to Outsider Art, is categorized as folk art).