Fabrications; at Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, Spring 2014
Resistance, by Jeanne Gerrity, ArtPractical, Februray 12, 2013
Roundtable on Islamic Arts, Stanford University; February 7, 2013
Reconsidering Resistance, KQED Art Review By Christian L. Frock, January 26, 2013
Resistance at Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco; January 18- February 23, 2013
Light From the Middle East, Victoria and Albert Museum, London; October 13 2012- April 7 2013
An Enlightenment to Middle East Complexities, Galleria Clic, Contemporary Art online
In the Currents: Bay Area Iranian/American Art Today; Curated BY Taraneh Hemami and Lucy Kalyani Lin; Asian Resource Center Gallery; March 30 – June 15, 2012
Panel Discussion: International Contemporary Art Dialogue, at Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco; May 15, 2012
The Future is NOW; at SOMArts, San Francisco; May 3-May 24, 2012
FAX; San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; May 4, 2012 – July 21, 2012
Recollections: Archives of an Iranian-American Journey; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library; San Jose State University; March 10-30, 2012
Invoking Peace; Euphrat Museum of Art, Cupertino; February 3 – March 17, 2012;
E N D G A M E by Ghazaleh Hedayat and Taraneh Hemami; Azad Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran; December 15 2011- January 5, 2012
Creative Capital 2012 Award
FREE 2011, Taraneh Hemami, Art Practical by Noga Wizansky. December 8.
Winning art reflects on Arab Spring, San Francisco Chronicle, by Tamara Straus September 1.
Free, a public artwork; at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; August 2011- August 2013
Taraneh Hemami’s Design Chosen for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Public Art Project, artdaily.org
Zendegi , Twelve Contemporary Iranian Artists;Beirut Art Center, Lebanon’ April 14– May 30, 2011;
Silent Tears; Commissioned by Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Spring 2011
This Weekend Remember 9/11 — But Don’t Forget the Security State by Heidi De Vries September 9
Hemami Taraneh, Exhibits at Beirut Exhibition Center
Urban Askance: One Day in Tehran, Frontline PBS, by MAJID JAHAN. Jan 10.
CultureWire : Intersection for the Arts presents a One Day: A Collective Narrative of Tehran. January
March Meeting, 10, Sharjah Art Foundation
Time after Time October 23, 2010, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Heroes Martyrs Legends, Bastakiya, UAE
At Intersection: Artists Create a Portrait of Life in Iran, San Francisco Arts Monthly, by Sura Wood. December 1.
One Day reveals Iran’s gridlock and anxiety, SF Weekly, by Traci Vogel. Nov 18.
Extra-Ordinary Iran, Wiretapmag.org, by Zoneil Maharaj. November 18.
SF Intersection for the Arts: One Day In The Life: A Collective Narrative of Tehran, http://www.examiner.com by Nancy Ewart, November 13
One Day – A collective narrative of Tehran in an art show, Iranian.com by Ari Siletz. November 11.
‘One Day: A Collective Narrative of Tehran’: Iranian artists capture the story of a troubled nation in turmoil, San Francisco Chronicle, Patrick Knowles; November 5
Commemoratives, Istanbul Contemporary, 2009
One Day: A Collective Narrative of Tehran , Flavorpill, by Ilya Tovbis. October 29
A Day in the Life, SF Weekly, by Tara Jepsen, October 29
One Day; A Collective Narrative of Tehran; Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco; November 2009
One Like No One at Oliver Arts Center, CCA; Fall 2009
Breathed, Unsaid; at Somarts, San Francisco, CA
Taraneh Hemami, Intersection for the Arts, Sculpture, Terri Cohn; October
‘East of the West’: United States of Asian America Festival embraces Middle Eastern artists, San Francisco Chronicle, by Mary Eisenhart; May 15
Theory of Survival; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; Bay Area Art 5, 2008
East of the West Co-Curated by Anu Vikram
Somarts, SF, 2008
The Way that We Rhyme; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2008
Theory of Survival; Residency at The Lab, SF, 2008
Artist (Taiwan). September.
Taraneh Hemami: Most Wanted, Intersection for the Arts, Curative Projects. By Anuradha Vikram. June 30.
Artist Challenges Muslim Stereotypes, Golden Gate Xpress 2.0, Arzina Karimi. June 28
Taraneh Hemami at Intersection (SF) , Art Fever, Bob Calloway; May 24
ArtBusiness.com.. May 18.
Taraneh Hemami: Most Wanted, Open for Interpretation, SF Station, by Nirmala Nataraj. May 17
Taraneh Hemami: Most Wanted, SF Bay Guardian, Johnny Ray Huston; May 9
Arab women in a new light, San Francisco Chronicle, Jonathan Curiel. May 6
This Is Not What Democracy Looks Like, SF Weekly, Hiya Swanhuyser. May 3.
Artists Use Found Materials to Explore Our Culture, San Francisco Arts Monthly, Sura Wood, May
Taraneh Hemami interviewed on KQED’s SPARK*; July 2006
Interview with Bay Area Now 5 guest curator Taraneh Hemami at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
September 24, 2008
Depth of Surface; February 27, 2010 – March 25, 2010
Culture Wire: Intersection for the Arts presents a One Day: A Collective Narrative of Tehran