Mona Hakimi-Schüler is a contemporary artist born in Tehran, Iran in 1977. She moved to Germany in 2001 to study art and art education and got her Master's from the University of Osnabrueck in 2006. Hakimi-Schüler uses a wide range of media. She draws, paints, makes collages and creates space-encompassing, story-telling installations based on her own experiences and collective memories. Her works can be found in collections such as the Collection Essl in Vienna and the Piepenbrock Collection in Berlin.
2016 Giving Yesterday a Tomorrow, Group exhibition, IFA Art Gallery, Stuttgart and Berlin, Germany
2015 A Strange World, Kommunale Galerie, Berlin, Germany
2015 Imago Mundi: Map of the New Art, Group exhibition, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy
2014 Stories I live by, Hinterland Galerie, Wien, Germany