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Pieces available now on Artsy by Sarvin Haghighi

I was honored when I was approached by ACS Gallery in Chicago to have my pieces of “The sound of silence” exhibit on their Artsy page.

The exhibition was very successful and the response was amazing. I could not be more grateful to Sergio Gomez for giving me the opportunity to show my pieces in their beautiful space at 33Contemporary Gallery located at Zhou B Art Center.

All these pieces you will see on ARTSY page are 6x6 Inches, mixed media on wood with Resin. They make great gifts for anyone who appreciates art, positivity and culture. So make sure to check them out on ACS Gallery’s Artsy Page.

Each piece has a different vibe and energy but they all are part of one series, my aim was to not have much description on pieces as I wanted the viewers to connect with each piece at their own time. I wanted to give them the space to view and feel each piece. Many of viewers wanted to know more and of course then I would share each piece’s story.

So, I invite you to have a look at the pieces, pick the ones which speak to you and feel free to contact me if you want to know more about them. You can always come and see them in person at my studio located at Zhou B Art Center.

One of many pieces available on Artsy

One of many pieces available on Artsy

From "The Sound of silence" Series

Third Fridays at Zhou B Art Center by Sarvin Haghighi



The Zhou B Art Center was founded in 2004 by the internationally acclaimed Zhou Brothers. Located in Bridgeport, the Zhou B Art Center's mission is to promote and facilitate a cultural dialogue by organizing contemporary art exhibitions and programs of international scope. As a Center created by artists, for artists, the vision of the Center is to facilitate the exchange of contemporary art between Chicago and the international art community and promote the convergence of Eastern and Western art forms in the United States.

Ever since my move to Chicago, my vision has been to become one of the established artists in the city and being part of  Zhou B community has provided this very opportunity. The resident artists within different floors of the building have been welcoming and inspiring in many ways. This is a true meaning of having an art community where you have the support and guidelines to get closer to your vision.

Every 3rd Friday of the month, The Zhou B Art Center opens exhibitions with an evening reception from 7pm-10pm located at 1029 W 35th Avenue, Chicago IL. These events are free of charge and provide the community of Bridgeport and the Chicago area a unique opportunity to explore a blend of international and local art. The artists-in-residence at the Art Center open their studios to visitors, making this a unique opportunity for the community to meet working artists and discuss their work in person. The variety of the work produced by the artists-in-residence and the four in-house gallery spaces makes the Zhou B Art Center 3rd Friday Exhibitions one of the most diverse art experiences in the city.

As we are getting closer to warmer weather in this amazing city, mark your calendars and come visit us for the upcoming third Fridays. Photos are taken by the one and only Sergio Gomez from this past third Friday event at my studio space located at Zhou B Art Center. The word you see on the walls is "Love" in Farsi. I was born in the year of revolution in Tehran/Iran. Growing up I remember seeing lots of graffiti as political protest decorating the walls of Tehran. I'm a true believer of power in writing positivity and affirmations. By scribing "LOVE" over and over in this space, I hope for it to circulate more positive energy. I'm using the power of this world to showcase one of the most influential elements in our lives


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Solo Exhibition - Shortcut to The Silk Road by Sarvin Haghighi


  This is a great way to start the new year; solo exhibition in the beautiful Center For The Arts in Saugatuck, MI. The title of the exhibit - "Shortcut To The Silk Road" - invites you on a journey back in history. The ancient silk road is a historical route which connected East and West. It began as a trade route more than 2000 years go and quickly became a cultural bridge linking cultures, religions, languages and traditions between the countries it traveled.  Join us for the opening day of this exhibit and feel the pulse of civilization as you explore the cultural influences in these pieces. There will be a discussion on the opening day January 22nd 2016 starting at 5 pm followed by the official opening from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.

Saugatuck Center For The Arts is located at 400 Culver Street, Saugatuck, MI Visiting hours : Monday - Friday , 9am - 5pm

In regards to this exhibit there are few other events happening as below. If you are interested to attend any of the below events, please feel free to contact myself or Saugatuck Center For The Arts to get more details. I will be sharing more detailed information on each event as we get closer to the dates.

  • Rotary lunch lecture
  • January 22nd 2016 :Opening reception 5:30 - 7:30PM, VIP Gallery Talk  5-5:30PM
  • "Taste the Silk Road" event
  • Creativity Revealed