Born in Tehran, ZYNB first began painting in the streets in 2010. Her work is dedicated to rethinking notions of social power by advancing the narratives of diverse communities whose stories and needs have historically been marginalized. Recognizing that public art is one of the most demogractic and accessible forms of art, her work explores themes of transformation, nature, collective memory and healing from violence. She has painted murals in Chile, cuba, and other parts of the United States.
GET DIRECTIONS »