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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of society A chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

Name & Shame – Soly Zadeh

Soly Zadeh, an artist who disgracefully failed to honour his commitments to an animal conservation charity named and shamed

Soly Zadeh, an artist whose somewhat strange works appear on the Saatchi Art website, is someone who was given the opportunity to exhibit his works at a charity event in May to raise money for animal conservation.

 

Zadeh’s participation was agreed only on the basis that he would give a percentage of anything sold to the cause and in exchange he had the opportunity to reach a high profile audience including press and personalities.

 

Though a work was sold to a supporter of the cause, Mr Zadeh has since refused to honour his commitment. On this basis, today, we name and shame him and urge readers to boycott this charlatan and call out his most inappropriate antics.

 

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2 comments on “Name & Shame – Soly Zadeh”

  1. I have met Soly in many occasions, I’ve seen his art work which is his passion as you can see. And most of all I’ve seen his efforts to take good care people and the elderly and people who needs help. To this end, I would be very surprised if what you wrote on your article was true. Please publish here some undesputable proof of your statements. I have the feeling and almost sure that you are trying to slander Soly work and altruistic soul because you must have some second agenda and personal interests.
    Refrain from writing such fake news and unfair statements. This can only put a bad name on your reputation.

    1. Perhaps you ought to ask Zadeh to explain why he took advantage of a charity to gain access to their supporters. The person who bought the picture did so in order to support the charity and that he has failed to pay even a pound of what he agreed is proof only that he is a charlatan. Shame on you for supporting such conduct.

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