Mehrdad Radmehr known as Medad
Born in 1965, Began painting in private art schools in early youth. Medad was dismissed from Fine Art University in Tehran after matriculating. His exploration of surrealistic ideas was not welcome in Iran’s conservative cultural milieu. After moving to Denmark in 1984 Medad made his debut exhibiting surreal paintings at the Culture Hall of Randers Museum. Since then Medad has exhibited widely in galleries in Denmark and throughout the United States. Mêdad taught art in Danish high schools and at his own private art school in Copenhagen. 
After relocating to Palm Beach Florida in the early 90′s, Medad moved out of his surrealist period, embracing Neo-realism with clear, bright colors and sharp edges. Yet, even these apparently traditional subjects informed Medad’s trademark sense of ambiguity and his probing questions about the nature of reality. 
Since 2010, Medad has been living in New York and working on his ideas of Shapes and forms. Medad has boiled down the whole spectrum of shapes and forms in few universal words and pictures. The philosophy explains the universal shapes; from parts of an atom to movement of stars and planets, from shape of DNA to human designed mechanical cells, from straight tones of Bach to digestible circular language of Mozart, from circular lines of oriental patterns to straight lines of modern design etc…


​Circle = Nature

Stars, Planets, Atoms, Molecules,Biological cells, etc

​The shapes made by nature are circular and fit into groups with no sharp confrontation. The single cell fits the pattern harmoniously. The accidental sharpness will be polished in time.

​Square = Man

Walls, Windows, Boxes, Paper, Mechanical cells, etc..
The shapes made by man from different times and locations reflect the culture of that civilization. 

Throughout history mankind has been creating
sharp edges and lines to confront nature.

MEDAD

Triangle = God
Hierarchy, Pyramid, Prism, Illuminati, Anunnaki, etc

The simple triangle eliminates the bright perspective
to broken dark paradoxes, appearing as colors.​
...Against Man and Light.