•1991, Tehran, Iran.
Arash Paya’s sculptures predominantly belong to the category of large conceptual artworks that strongly emphasize the representation of personal and societal emotions. Within his creations, one can discern traces of culture, behavioral patterns, and social critique. He identifies himself as an independent artist, free from any political, cultural, or regional biases.
Each sculpture narrates a story, and with each viewing, one can delve deeper into the underlying layers of these narratives. While there are undoubtedly commonalities among contemporary artists worldwide, what distinguishes Arash Paya’s creations is the profound spirit and emotion he infuses into his works.