Ahmad Nadalian is known for his environmental art projects in numerous countries across the globe. On Hormuz and Qeshm Islands, many women with no income were taught by Nadalian to use organic coloured earth and fabric to make paintings. The aim was to raise the standards of living and establish community support for unsupported women. Nadalian bought a building that had been abandoned, frequented by drug users, and it has become the museum of Dr. Nadalian. The World Wide Web has become a new social and international forum for Nadalian to create and display interactive events. This helps him to build an international dialogue on what art is, can be, and how art can interculturally create a new hybrid language for today’s culture.
Dr Ahmad Nadalian Museum
The Museum and Gallery of Ahmad Nadalian in Hormoz Island shows the works of this artists who is internationally known as one of the most active environmental artists. In March of 2009, the Paradise Residential Art Centre for many local and international artists on Hormoz Island was established here.