Bahram Hajou is a Kurdish painter residing in Germany. He is a figurative painter who has been awarded the French prize of Henry Matisse and gained recognition and high position in the art market. The human figure is a fundamental element of many of Bahriam’s compositions and paintings; in the panorama of the art of the 21st century which speaks and uses many languages and styles, Bahram proposes classic paintings based on a traditional technique and a formal structure but characterized by unusually individual field of penetration and very personal touch.
The artist applies a specific mixed technique which can be noted in the paintings of cubists, surrealists and abstractionists of the 20th century. By that element Bahram diversifies and revives his paintings and its formal structure. Bahram has exhibited his works and paintings around the world in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, England, New York, France, Spain, Jordan and many other countries. His works were exhibited in various museums including Museum Bochum and Josef Albers-Museum in Germany, State Museum in Vienna, National Museum in Krakow, Poland as well as Museum Split in Croatian. Some of Bahriam’s latest exhibitions were at Gallery Pryzmat in Krakow, Poland (2020), Art Karlsruhe in Karlsruhe, Germany (2020), National Cultural Centre Cairo Opera House in Egypt (2019) and Beirut Art Fair (2019).