Sahar Najafi

“For Colorless Pinks”
How pain, feelings, and speech in perceived in the human mind varies in different societies and is even understood differently by different genders. The constant endurance of pains and their reinterpretations constitute to how we evolve. In this way, people are conceived by their sufferings and bearing them with patience, they draw closer to perfection. This series is an attempt to illustrate at least a part of these notions. Suffering is inevitable and it can make us numb or we can choose to adapt.


Sahar Najafi (b. 1985, Shiraz, Iran) has a BFA in Painting and her MFA in Art Research from the Shahed University of Tehran. Her works have been included in several festivals and group exhibitions. She lives and works in Shiraz.

Sahar Najafi, “Gol Sang 2″, from ” For Colorless Pinks” series, oil and acrylic on canvas, 103 x 92 cm, 2020
Sahar Najafi, “Bouquet”, from ” For Colorless Pinks” series, oil and acrylic on canvas, 103 x 92 cm, 2020
Sahar Najafi, “Episode 06” group exhibition, installation view 2020