Naseri Ayoub was born in Bookan (Kurdistan, Iran) in 1980. He attended the Architecture Faculty at Tabriz University and later studied Photography at the Art University of Tehran until 2007. From 1999 to 2003 he exhibited in Iran, involved in several personal projects like the one in 2000 dedicated to people with disabilities. In 2002 he took part with the installation "Contact" at the second Biennial of Conceptual Art at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tehran. Arrived in Italy in 2012 he exhibited at Sottoscala 9 (Latina) with the series "Eurydice's Labyrinth" and at Magazzini Popolari, Atelier Roberta Sanges, the B-Gallery and the Festival of independent photography of Rome "Occhi Rossi". In September 2013 he presented the solo exhibition "Unsexored Iran" at Evasioni Art Sudio in Rome. In June 2014 he was selected in the Portfolio Day at Bozar Contemporary Art Museum during the Summer of Photography Festival in Brussels.