Victoria Ahmadizadeh

  • Shifting Countenance

    Shifting Countenance

    2015 matte inkjet print depicting model wearing a flameworked borosilicate glass mask dimensions for mask: 9.5” x 7” x 4.5” dimensions for print: 32 x 24

  • The Most Unkind Morsels of the Self Removed (detail)

    The Most Unkind Morsels of the Self Removed (detail)

    2016 found denim jacket, blown glass shards, gaffer tape, safety pins denim jacket: women’s size medium, installation dimensions variable

  • She Told Me Life Was Infinite II

    She Told Me Life Was Infinite II

    2016 paracord, blown and hot sculpted glass 1 ft x 4 ft x 4 ft

Victoria Ahmadizadeh

Victoria Ahmadizadeh Headshot

Victoria Ahmadizadeh (b. 1988, Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American artist of Persian Hispanic descent. She holds an MFA in Craft/Material Studies, Glass from Virginia Commonwealth University (2016) and a BFA in Glass from Tyler School of Art at Temple University (2010.) Ahmadizadeh has been an Artist in Residence at The Studios at MASS MoCA, MA and the STARworks Glass Lab, NC. She has participated in programming at Pilchuck Glass School, The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, Penland School of Crafts and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, wearing many hats as a Teaching Assistant, Artist Assistant, Scholarship Student, Intern and Staff Member. Her work has been featured in the 2017 UrbanGlass MFA Exhibition in Brooklyn and the 2016 Stanislav Libenský Award show at the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague. In addition, Ahmadizadeh has shown in the US and UK and is included in issue #33 of The Corning Museum of Glass New Glass Review.