Nairy Baghramian (b. 1971) is an Armenian-Iranian visual artist. Baghramian's work comprises sculpture and installation often in reference to architecture and the human body. Her work addresses temporal, spatial and social relationships to language, history, and the present, with forms which materialize in response to contextual conditions or the premises of a given medium. These structures offer the possibility of an open and discursive dialogue in response to a site, or a freeing of the assigned relationship between an object and its meaning. She was recently announced as the 2022 Nasher Prize Laureate and won the Nivola Award for Sculpture in 2023. Since 1984, she has lived and worked in Berlin.