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Nameless 1




5x 35x26 cm

7x 45x34 cm

5x 60x45 cm

Giclée printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White paper + 1 cm white border

Delivered with a numbered and digitally signed certificate of authenticity


From the series Blackout


“Merry is one of the victims of the war in Abkhazia in 1992. Her brother and her 53-year- old husband were both murdered by Abkhaz separatist forces. With a wounded leg, she escaped and hid in a forest for two weeks. After traveling a long way, she reached her new home in Tskaltubo.


For me personally, Merry and this picture are the symbol of hope.

Upon exhibiting the series, I encountered a recurring question from my audience: whether I, too, had experienced the plight of a refugee.


I am an immigrant who left the Middle East and relocated to Western Europe. My own journey differed from that of a refugee. However, we both decided to leave our homelands, embarking on a path of enduring exile. Through this collection, I aimed to foster a deeper understanding of the universal human experience of displacement and evoke empathy for those who must bid farewell to the places they hold dear.”


This picture has been exhibited in the first photography exhibition in space, organized by the British Journal of Photography (BJP). It was also showcased in different media platforms and events, including ON/OFF des Rencontres d'Arles, Feature Shoot, FAR Center for Contemporary Arts.


Hossein Fardinfard (born in Iran in 1985) is an Amsterdam-based visual storyteller working across photography and videography.


Over time, his work evolved into his current focus—portrait and especially lunar photography. His portrait photography ties a thread to his earlier work, while his lunar photography represents a new area of exploration. This shift naturally unfolded as Hossein found his voice in photography, and, in a way, it served as a response to an urge to turn inward.


Long intrigued by the contours of the Earth, Hossein holds a B.S. in Cartography, a B.A. in Information Technology, and an M.A. in Geomorphology. Feeling increasingly drawn to examine the human spirit, he went on to study at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, finishing his B.A. in Photography in 2022.




Hossein Fardinfard – Nameless 1

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