Born in Tehran, 1981, Fereshte Moosavi is the Artistic Director and Curator at the MOP Foundation; a non-profit organisation based in London that provides a platform for emerging Iranian artists to present and develop their works internationally. She is an educator in curatorial studies with a PhD from the Curatorial/Knowledge program at Goldsmiths, University of London. Since 2015 Moosavi has been curating and co-directing a pedagogical programme in Tehran titled 'Curatorial in other words' in collaboration with Charsoo Honar. Moosavi has been a teaching assistant in the Visual Cultures Department at Goldsmiths College University of London from 2014 to 2016 and has taught as assistant teacher and external supervisor at Essex University in 2011, as well as Aalto University in Helsinki in 2014. Her published articles include 'Theatre as Crime | Theatre as Justice', published on the Art & Media Magazine, in Tehran, in 2013, and 'Salaam Cinema, Entering the Space of the Unknown', on DISDISDIS, in October 2013. She has worked at the Bon-Gah Publication as Editor and Translator in Tehran, 2004-2010.