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  Mohammad Ali Baniasadi


● Khoshkar, Shadi; “Mohammed Ali Baniasadi: the general audiences must be engaged more”, Shargh, series 2, No.1225, 2011, p. 13
● Razavi Zadeh, Mandana; “Mohammed Ali Bani Asadi,Iranian nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Awards, 2012”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan; No.164, 2011, pp. 74-85
● “M. A. Baniasadi, the Hans Christian Andersen Awards nominee: I’m alive to illustrate”, interview with Roozgar, series 5, No.1500, 2011; p. 10
● “Interview with M. A. Baniasadi, Iranian nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Awards: We grow along with our audience”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan; No.164, 2011; pp. 85-89
● “An Interview with M. A. Baniasadi, Hans Cristian Andersen Awards nominee:stereotype limits the illustrators”, Chashni haye khiale kudaki, 2011; pp. 12-13
● Malek Pour, Kourosh; “Mohammed Ali Baniasadi” Honar haye Tajasomi; 2010, pp.12-19
● Tarhandeh, Sahar; “Eastern illustrations, regional images: critical analyses on the books A Sun upon the Land and Sun of Creation” Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan; No.161, 2010; pp 89-94
● Boozari, Ali; “Old books in Baniasadi’s words; based on Leili and Majnun and One Thousand and One Nights” Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan, No.160, 2010; pp. 95-100
● Torabzadeh, Setareh; “Visual translation a way to access the hidden secrets within the scripts: Critical review on the The Balloon and the Blue Hippo" Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan, No.160, Bahman 2010; pp 103-106
● Ali Madadi, Mehrnoosh; “A critical review on images of the When Will Spring Come? And the Kind Shadow”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan, No.161, 2010; pp. 100-102
● Amin, Hoda; “Interview with Mohammed Ali Baniasadi, illustrator, artist, sculpture and university educator”, Farhikhtegan; No.84, 2009; p.9
● “Picturing the supernatural concepts cannot construct children’s personality”, Ettela’at, No.24469; 2009, p 3
● Jalali, Maryam; “Script and illustrations, two wings of a flight, illustrations in the words of Mohammed Ali Baniasadi”, Jam-e Jam; No.1731, 2006, p.137
● Hashemi Shahraki, Ali; “My illustrations are dreamlike – interview with Mohammed Ali Baniasadi in the occasion of his recent exhibition at the House of Artists”, Etemade Melli, 2006; p. 8
● Mansouri, “ literature and illustrations have different substances – conversation of Ayene –e Honar with Mohammed Ali Baniasadi, the illustrator, artist and sculpturer”, Abrar, 2005, p8
● Mahmoudi, Banafsheh; “illustration in children’s books”, Ketab-e Hafteh; no.614; 2005, pp 14-15
● Mousavian, Ensieh; “Flip to the child’s mind”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan, year 9, No.97-98; 2005; pp 36-39
● Akrami, Jamaledin; “illustrated story of children’s literature, Nashr-e Mahriz”, Ketab-e Mah-ekudak va Nowjavan, series 1, no.73, 2003, pp 50-60
● Akrami, Jamaledin; “Four decades of children’s book illustration”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan; year 6; no.69; 2003; pp 24-38
● Khosravi, Shahrzad; “ interview with Mohammed Ali Baniasadi, the illustrator and artist”, Javan, no.1150, 2002, 689
● Akrami, Jamaledin; “children’s poem book illustration”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan; series 6, no.6; 2002; pp 58-67
● Akrami, Jamaledin; “Dream and fantasy in Baniasadi’s works”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowja -van, series 5, no.50; 2001; pp 25-33
● “Faces and Colours, critical review on Baniasad’s illustrations”, Ketab-e Mah-e Kudak va Nowjavan; series 5; no.50; 2001; pp 11-24
● “Establishment of the Association of illustrators makes the activity a profession”, Rooyesh, 4th period, no.2, 1999; pp 16-27; special issue for the 4th children’s book illustrators fair
● Asadi Khansari, Elham; “Children’s poem illustration, 3 questions from 5 illustrators”, Kudak va Nowjavan bulletin, series 3, no.11-12, Winter/ Spring 1998; pp20-27
● “Mohamma Ali Baniasadi’s personal and professional biography”, Zan-e Rooz, no.1283; 1990; p 34
● “Interview with M. A. Baniasadi, designer and winner of the Japan Exhibition’s Medal”, Abrar; no.150, 1987; p 52.56