He lives and works between Paris and Brussels.
Danesh took classes with Giuseppe Penone and Philippe Cognée when he was studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His work has been showcased at the Salon de Montrouge exhibition and the MAC VAL modern art museum in Vitry.
Sépànd Danesh's work often portrays two walls at a right angle to each other, covered in garish 1970s patterned wallpaper. A shelf appears on one of the walls, holding various items, cards, drawings, frames, and fragments of glass recalling the shape of a mountain. Other objects appearing in his work include rulers, sticks, and tubes. Those are the only objects you’ll find in his paintings. A slightly low-angle perspective is created, unavoidably drawing the eye to the focal point of the painting, the corner angle. In his paintings, the artist creates a world of isolation, either voluntary or otherwise, where time is suspended, and the only way out is by using one's imagination.