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Mohammad Bozorgi

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Mohammad Bozorgi
Tehran, Iran
🏡 ResidenceTehran, Iran
🏳️ NationalityIranian
🏫 EducationElite Diploma, Society of Iranian Calligraphers
Executive MBA Degree
BS in Biomedical Engineering
🎓 Alma materIndustrial Management Institute
Islamic Azad University
💼 Occupation
Known forCalligraphy
🌐 Website[1] Official Website

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Mohammad Jan-Bozorgi Known as Mohammad Bozorgi (Persian: محمد بزرگی‎ born 1978, Tehran) is an Iranian calligrapher who learned classic calligraphy in Society of Iranian Calligraphists.[1][2]



He started traditional and classical calligraphy in the Society of Iranian Calligraphists in 1990. His classic lines are inspired by the calligraphy of Mirza Gholamreza, a calligrapher, and Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini Movahed, the scribe of the shrine of Ali al-Ridha (the eighth Imam of the Shiites) and Husayn ibn Ali (the third Imam of the Shiites) which has spent years teaching him. Bozorgi is also a member of the Society of Iranian Calligraphists. Mohammad Bozorgi is known for his calligraphy paintings, which are a combination of Persian and Islamic calligraphy such as Nastaliq, Thuluth, Shekasteh Nastaliq, Kufic, Diwani, Ruqʿah and Naskh, and he insists on symmetry.

Art Fairs[edit]

His artworks in addition to exhibitions at the Abu Dhabi Art, the Vienna Art, the Ankara Art, the London Art (Afordbel), the Sharjah Biennale Calligraphy and solo exhibitions around the world, including the Dubai Gallery, Nicholas Flamel Paris, Kashia Hilde Brand Zurich, Gallery Dubai Allies and Tokyo's Mitsubishi Royal Center.[3][4][5] Some of Mohammad Bozorgi's works are kept in the collections of the Malaysian Museum of Islamic Art, the UAE Samawi Collection, Kharazi and others.[6]


He has exhibited a carpet weave in the field of asylum seekers and migrants from the war, along with 39 world-renowned artists, including Ai Weiwei (a Chinese artist), from the ForSite Foundation in San Francisco.[7] His calligraphy and articles have also been published on reputable sites such as Arabia VOGUE, Wall Street International, Golf News, National UAE and domestic media such as Hamshahri, Tandis, Chelcheragh and Jahan Sanat.[8][9]


Nun Wa Al Qalam: Contemporary Muslim Calligraphy – the Collection of the Islamic Art Museum Malaysia. Edited by: Heba Nayel Barakat and Adline Abdul Ghani.[10]


  1. "گالری اینفو: محمد بزرگی". (in فارسی). Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  3. "Kashya Hildebrand | The Next Generation: Contemporary Iranian Calligraphy". Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  4. "Mottahedan Projects — Write me a Poem: Ezra Aghighi, Alireza Astaneh, Mohammad Bozorgi, curated by Mojgan Endjavi-Barbé". Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  5. "Mohammad Bozorgi - Artists - Ayyam Gallery". Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  7. "Mohammad Bozorgi". FOR-SITE Foundation. Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  8. "What to Wear to An Art Exhibition Opening". Vogue Arabia. 2016-11-10. Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  9. "Go Inside This Khaleeji Ultra Modern House". Vogue Arabia. 2016-10-26. Retrieved 2020-06-10.
  10. "Nun Wa Al Qalam: Contemporary Muslim Calligraphy | IAMM". Retrieved 2020-06-10.

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