links & press


Tunnels of the Mind, Video Art Projection in Time Square, June 10-15, 2020


Wander Woman 2 Curated by  Rea Lynn de Guzman 

Opening Reception: Friday, May 8, 2020, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: May 8 – 23, 2020

SF Camerawork Gallery Project Room

Wander Woman 2, the second iteration of Wander Woman, provides an empowering and engaging platform for Bay Area-local, APA immigrant women of color, who vary in professional backgrounds from emerging to established. Its mission is to highlight the artists and their work, and to amplify their voices by presenting significant conversations surrounding issues of equity, gender roles, and underrepresentation. Further, it aims to foster deep connections within the community and beyond.

Exhibiting ArtistsKimberley Acebo Arteche, Kiana Honarmand, Kacy Jung, Joyce Nojima, Pallavi Sharma, Pamela Ybañez, and Minoosh Zomorodinia.


Experiments in the Field: Creative Collaboration in the Age of Ecological Concern- Berkeley Art Center

Curated by Svea Lin Soll

Artists: Bureau of Linguistical Reality, Adriane Colburn, Alicia Escott, Stacey Goodman, Keith Secola, Chanell Stone, Livien Yin, Minoosh Zomorodinia.

Performative Ecologies, April 17- July 20, 2020

Curated by Patricia Watts founder of ecoartspace 

A Review by Sarah Hotchkiss, Through a San Francisco Peephole, a Glimpse of Video Art in Iran

Hofreh curated by Minoosh Zomorodinia. Iranian Artists: Atefeh Khas, Tara Goudarzi, Setareh Hosseini, Nooshin Naficy, Raziyeh Goudarzi, Majod Ziaee

Natalie Sandstrom reviews “Make Room For Me” at Little Berlin, a video and photography heavy show featuring eleven Middle/ Near Eastern queer and femme identifying artists. Catch this show before it closes on June 29th, 2019!

Forty Years After the Revolution, Iranian-American Artists Look Back by Jonathan Curiel, SF Weekly, March 6,2019

The art of leaning against the wind inside an emergency blanket by Sam Whiting, San Francisco Chronicle, February 5, 2019

“The western wind blows hard when you’re facing into it atop a ridge on the Marin Headlands, and harder still when you are holding up a Mylar emergency blanket that sticks to you like cellophane, until little pieces of the blanket start to tear off and fly away.” Sam Whiting

Go-to galleries: SFAC Galleries by Sura Wood, Bay Area Reporter, February 1, 2019

“In a metaphoric two-channel video, Minoosh Zomorodinia depicts herself standing alone, almost entirely wrapped in silver foil like a Greek statue awaiting unveiling, braving headwinds in sweeping landscapes, one a cliff overlooking San Francisco Bay, another at the edge of icy mountain slopes.” Sura Wood

Visualizing Time: Raheleh Minoosh Zomorodinia by Rose Lou NEBULAE MAGAZINE September 1, 2018

“A lot of Zomoridinia’s works are derived from her past experiences working with and documenting the pieces created by the art collective Open Five, a group of environmental artists based in Iran traveling between different cities and art festivals.” Rose Lou

Spotlight on Minoosh Zomorodinia by Jawad Izzo, 2018

A New Type of Flâneur Strolls in Search of Humanit by Erin Langner, March 7 2018

“I found myself considering a new type of flâneur while surrounded by the work of Bay Area artist Minoosh Zomorodinia.” Erin Langner

‘Colonial Walk’ overwelms by Alec Clayton, Weekley Volcano 2018

Minoosh Zomorodinia Searches for Home in ‘Colonial Walk’ Interview by Carla Bell, CityArts 2018

‘A place in the world’ Reveiw by Dave Davison,TACOMA WEEKLEY NEWS 2018

A ‘Prayformance’ Confronts Islamophobia, Claims Common Ground KQED by Sarah Burke 2016

U.S., Iranian artists offer interpretations of nature at Oakland exhibition, Tehran Times News 2016

The Terrible Truth about MFA Shows by Sarah Hotchkiss, KQED 2015

Nietzsche Was a Man Review by Ditte Vilstrup, 10 May 2014 

Nietzsche Was a Man MALMÖ KONSTHALL 2014

Environmental Example of Performance in Iran by Atefeh Khas

Ritual and Feminine  by Minoosh Zomorodinia, Women Eco Artists Dialog

Report on Environmental Art in Iran By Mahmoud Maktabi & Minoosh Zomorodinia, Women Eco Artists Dialog

Headlands Center for the Arts

Yatoo International Project Yatooi

Persian New Art Group Blogfa

Collaboration with Open5/5 baz

Women Eco Artists Dialog WEAD

Akkasee dot com Photo blog