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Aaran Art Gallery Aug 2013 In The Name Of The Rose Group Exhibition To Commemorate 60th Anniversary Of Coup D Etat 01
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شصت سال پیش در مرداد 1332 کودتای  مشترک کشورهای اتگلستان و امریکا، دکتر محمد مصدق را که نخست وزیر قانونی ایران بود برکنار کرد و بدین طریق سرنوشت میلیونها انسان در این قسمت از دنیا تغییر داد . 

دکتر محمد مصدق پس از تحمل 3 سال زندان انفرادی برای باقی عمر به حبس خانگی محکوم گردید و سرانجام در سال 1345 از دنیا رفت. تعدادی انگشت شمار از یاران او اجازه شرکت در تشییع جنازه را پیدا کردند و پیکر ایشان در سالن منزلشان  در احمدآباد به خاک سپرده شد. در سرزمین خود و بدون سنگ قبر. 

در چند دهه گذشته تلاشهای متعددی برای حذف نام و تصویر ایشان از حافظه تاریخی این کشور باستانی صورت گرفته. این نمایشگاه ناآگاهانه و در فرایند انتخاب، آثار هنری را یافته که در انبارها و آرشیوهای هنرمندان پنهان شده بودند.

 این نمایشگاه در ابعاد کوچک خود،  سعی در ادای احترام به این انسان برجسته و متفاوت داشته و در عین حال تلاشی است برای تاکید براینکه تاریخ دیگر توسط فاتحان نوشته نمیشود. 

بنام گل سرخ   

در سالگرد شصتمین سال کودتای 28 مرداد و با آثار

زنده یاد:  ا -پتگر – زنده یاد بهمن جلالی و 

احمد عالی -رعنا جوادی – محمد مهدی طباطبائی- فرساد لباف  – بهرنگ صمدزادگان – باربد گلشیری-  محمد اسکندری.  

و نمایش فیلم مستند " یادی از یک رهبر ملی " اثر کارگردان برجسته حسین ترابی. 

Sixty years ago in august 1953 a coup d’etat orchestrated by British and American governments removed Dr.Mohammad Mosaddegh (1882 –1967), the democratically elected prime minister of Iran, from power and changed the fate of millions of people in this part of the world. 

Dr.Mosaddegh was imprisoned and endured solitary confinement for three years, then he was put under house arrest until his death in 1967. Only a handful were allowed to attend his funeral, and he was buried in the living room of his house in Ahmadabad. He lies in his land deprived of a tombstone.  

For decades there has been frequent attempts to obliterate his name from public life and even deny his image from the people of  this ancient land. This exhibition while not attempting to, has in fact unearthed and discovered works of art that have been hidden in archives and store rooms. In a humble way this exhibition is a tribute to this extraordinary nobleman and a show of denial to those who still believe that the history is written by conquerors.

In the Name of the Rose.

Group Exhibition to commemorate 60th anniversary of Coup d’etat. 

Opening of exhibition 16th August 2013.

A-Petgar (1914-1992) – Bahman Jalali (1944-2010)

Ahmad Aali- Rana Javadi- Mohamad Mehdi Tabatabaie -Farsad Labbauf- Behrang Samadzadeghan- Barbad Golshiri- Mohammad Eskandari.

And screening of Documentary film “Remembering A National Leader” by renowned director, Hossein Torabi.

نمایشگاه گروهی " بنام گل سرخ " " در سالگرد شصتمین سال کودتای 28 مرداد " شهریور 1392 گالری آران  http://www.artin360.com/Aaran.htm

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