Milad Mahmoudi was born in 1991 in Tehran. He has received his master’s in painting from the Faculty of Arts and Architecture of Azad University. In 2015, Mahmoudi has held his first solo exhibition in Mohsen Gallery. He has also partaken in numerous group exhibition. Mahmoudi has won the first prize of the 5th Damunfar Painting Biennial in 2014.
City stands in contrast to nature in the sense that it chooses a different course of actions to meet the challenges and needs. Citizens consider themselves as more significant than organisms that exist outside the city, because, using their urban achievements, they benefit from structures that are specifically made to face challenges. Nature, however, offers a great book, containing solution to overcome the threats of living, to each individual. The genes, through the process of evolution and mutation, are moving far more slowly that the rate in which the cities are developing. Since human progress has brought about new problems, which evolution is incapable of solving, what is the cost of being fenced off by the urban structures? This is the unanswered questions of contemporary citizens.