2019-2020 Erasmus Semesters at the Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom
2016- Fine Arts student, University of Arts, Berlin (UdK), Germany
2016 Enrolment in Painting at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria
2015-16 Studying BA in Graphic Design, Al-Zahra University, Tehran, Iran


2024  Gallery Under the Mango Tree, Berlin, Germany
2023  Schulz-Stübner-Preis Solo Show, Berlin, Germany


2022 “Background Noise”, Raum für Sichtbarkeit, Berlin, Germany
2022 “Three Positions”, Gallery O, Tehran, Iran
2022 Sinema Transtopia, Bibak, Berlin, Germany
2021 “SYNC”, Freiburg L6, Germany
2021 Festival of Emerging Art, KUNSTRAUM Gallery Weekend, Berlin, Germany
2021 Cold Film Festival, Maryland, US
2020 “Moving between Place and Self”, Studierendenwerk KUNSTRAUM, 3 – 5 July, Berlin, Germany
2020 Online exhibition: “The Usual Porpoises”, London, England
2019 “The Outside Wall”, Rundgang University of Arts Berlin (Udk), Germany
2019 “Seen By #12”, Museum of Photography Berlin, Germany
2017 Group Exhibition, Rundgang University of Arts Berlin (Udk), Germany
2014 “Javanan-e pishrow (Young Avant-gardes)”, Group Exhibition at the Mellat Gallery, Mellat Complex, Tehran, Iran
2012 “The Inner Layers”, Group Exhibition at the Mellat Gallery, Mellat Complex, Tehran, Iran


2021 “Korean Nomad”, 22-26 November, UdK, Berlin
2020 “Moving between Place and Self” group exhibition, Kunstraum, Berlin, Germany
2019 “Fava Connection”, 2-7 December, Udk and Bi’bak, Berlin
2018 “Iran 101”, 21-25 November, UdK, Berlin


2023 Schulz-Stübner-Preis
2021 Deutschlandstipendium

Pegah Keshmirshekan, born in 1996 in Iran, is currently working and living between Berlin, Germany and London, UK. The key question that she deals with in her artistic practice is how collective identities contribute to the formation of one’s personhood in the globalized world. Through documentation of events in her videos, sound works, installations and paintings, her work addresses how imaginary pictures and fictional imagery are shaped through experience of displacement and diasporic experimentations. Pegah has curated events and seminars on aspects of inter-cultural practices in contemporary art and is a co-founder of the initiative I.D.A. (Intersectionality, Diversity, Antidiscrimination) and she is a member of the Soltity Collective.