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Sardar Farrokhi is a Toronto based photographer, born in Tehran, Iran,1986.

His passion for photography comes from the love to captivate life at it’s best and to observe life and it’s endless conflicts. He is fascinated with documenting the transitional cultures around the world. He is also involved in capturing Iranian immigrants life in Canada and worlwide and how diaspora affects their lives.



Documentary Media – Master of Fine Art Ryerson University

Photography – Bachelor of Fine Art OCAD University


Artist Resume

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2015: Portrait of Qashqai girl in Portraiture Collection, SeeMe Exhibitions, Musee Du Louvre, Paris, France

2015: Revolution with a Cup of Coffee, International Art Collaboration Spotlight

Exhibition, Osaka University of Arts, Japan

2015: Revolution, Open Gallery, CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto, Canada

2015: The Fortune of Having Been There, Project Gallery, CONTACT Photography

Festival, Toronto, Canada

2015: OCADU’s 100th Annual Graduate Exhibition, OCAD University, Toronto, Canada

2013: Life Interrupted, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Magnum /CONTACT Photography

Festival, Toronto, Canada



2012: Art Takes Times Square Book, Artists Wanted & Times Square Alliance and

Chashama, New York, USA