Tabib Aram (born 1993) was and raised in a village near the city of Yasuj, the capital of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran. He studied graphic art at Kamal-ol-Molk University in Nowshahr, Mazandaran province. Animals as individual beings and in relation to humans are the main subject of his work. His concern about the poignant living conditions of animals and non-human beings in the outskirts of metropolitan areas in Iran is reflected in the tense, expressive interaction with the material he uses such as drawing and bronze sculpture. Aram holds exhibitions in Iran and abroad, last at (Un) Fair 2022, Milan, where Nian Art Gallery presented a selection of his most recent series Outskirts (2017-21). He lives and works in Tehran.