Sheida Soleimani (b. 1990) is an Iranian-American artist currently residing in Providence, Rhode, Island. Recent solo presentations of her work include To Oblivion (Edel Assanti, London: 2016), Civil Liberties (BOYFRIENDS, Chicago: 2016), National Anthem (Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography, Bern: 2016) and To Oblivion (186 Carpenter, Providence: 2016). Soleimani’s work has been presented in group exhibitions at Club Pro (Los Angeles: 2017), UNTITLED Art Fair, Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Miami: 2016), ROMPONE (Cologne: 2016), S1 (Portland: 2016), the Goss-Michael Foundation (Dallas, TX: 2015) and the Contemporary Art Center (Cincinnati: 2015). She is a 2017 MacColl Johnson Fellowship recipient and was an artist in residence at the Center for Photography in Woodstock, NY in 2016.
Soleimani is represented by Edel Assanti in London.