Ali Nouri Ali is an Iraqi contemporary artist who was born in Baghdad in 1965 and graduated from its Faculty of Fine arts. He participated in many exhibitions held in his town between 1986 and 2003.
His sculptures run in parallel with the phases of his personal life. In his youth, he portrayed figures in athletic motion before shifting to familial themes. Noori is currently more concerned with contemporary struggles and how they affect the human psyche.
He has held many solo exhibitions since 1990 between his hometown Baghdad, and Cairo where he currently resides. Noori participated with his sculptures in many international symposiums over the years, among them are Aswan Symposium, Granite (2008), Istanbul Symposium, Marble (2010), Venice, Symposium (2011), China Symposium (2011), Bahrain Symposium (2013), Tunisia Symposium (2013), Beirut Symposium (2017) , as well as many others. He was awarded the First place at the Ministry of Culture’s Twentieth Revolution competition in Iraq in 2002.