© 2015 - 2019 Fondation Behnam-Bakhtiar.

H. DELECROIX &
K. SABER

Hanieh Delecroix was born in 1974 in Tehran, and moved to Paris at age three. Though excelling in the performing and visual arts at school, she decided to study psychology at the University of Surrey in England from 1997 to 1998. She then returned to Paris to study at the University of Paris X Nanterre where she received her Diploma in Clinical and Pathological Psychology and Cognitive and Emotional Processes. She has also attained doctorate level from the LASI (Laboratory for Somatic and Identity Issues). She has worked in hospitals as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist specialising in infants and adolescents, as well as adults suffering from chronic illnesses. While working as a clinician she studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, and now writes, sculpts and paints alongside her psychoanalytic practice.

Delecroix’s recent exhibitions include the solo show, "Toi-Peau" and group show, "Le Collectif Des Créateurs" both at La Galerie Afaprod, Paris (2012). She has also written two novels, Oh! Un petit frère (Oh! A Little Brother, Editions Oboo) and A travers elles (Through Them, broadcast on Radio France in March 2010), and co-authored the novel Le mini festin (or The Mini Feast, Editions Epingle à nourrice, 2010).

 

Keyvan Saber was born in Iran in 1968 and received his MA in Visual Communication, Architecture and Art from Azad University in Tehran in 1995. He has lived in Paris since 2005.

Since 1997 he has worked as a professional photographer, graphic designer and art director as well as exhibiting his photography and drawings.

Saber has had solo shows at Galerie Scène Intérieure, Paris (2007, 2008); the Baran Gallery, Tehran (2004, 2005) and the Ghanbeigi Gallery, Tehran (2004). He has also taken part in group shows at Galerie Scène Intérieure, Paris (2006, 2008); the Azad University Gallery, Tehran (2003); Azad University Gallery, Tehran (1997); and the Iranian Artists Forum (IAF) in Mashad (1999), Isfahan (1999), Shahroud (1998) and Hamedan (1997).

Since 2008 Saber has also created multimedia projects composed of sound, film, image and text for France Médias Monde.