Breyte was born in Tehran and has been based there since 2014. He spent a long time in France before returning to Tehran where he says he has become a defender of his culture.
Breyte’s work explores the relationship between artistic expression, celebrity culture, advertisement and Persian life, all whilst using his work as a social commentary about society. In his paintings, colour is the central focus, topped with graffiti, stencil, sign-geometric, and also the use of heroic figures such as, athletes, prophets, warriors, kings and comics. Using these techniques and characters, the intellect is emphasised and more noticeable. Breyte often incorporates words and phrases into his paintings, for viewers to find a relatable aspect to his work. They are typically covered with signs and codes of all kinds, and he finds that using the conjunction of various media is an integral element.
2009 Art history & civilization course
2011-2013 Work on the gallery (JN Art gallery, Working for different collector
(Experience on auction-and research for origin and expertise in old painting.)
2005-2008 Art history course for beginners.
2023 Gravity / Etemad Gallery, Tehran-Iran
2021 Figures of Speech / Etemad Gallery, Tehran-Iran
2018 Accidental Renaissance/ Etemad Gallery, Tehran-Iran.
2021 Group Show (what the Pop), Sales Gallery, Tehran-Iran.
2017 Group show exhibition Sales Gallery, Tehran-Iran.
2016 Blue and gold /group show / Etemad Gallery, Tehran-Iran.
2006 Musée Privé (February), Paris-France.
Experience on African Art:
2014-2018 Work on project Accidental Renaissance.
2014-2015 Course neon light.
2008-2009 Study photography.
2007-2010 Study on the historical cultural and social significance of African art (Baoulé, Yoruba, and 2007 African mask.
His work and style is a fusion of words, symbol, stick figures, and part of the human body
It‘s the emergence of a new art movement (graffiti -neon light), Neo-Expressionism.