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Etemad Gallery May 2014 Kourosh Arish Ceramic Sculpture 01
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طلسم

روزی که تمامی امیدها مردند و باورها آنقدر کمرنگ شدند که اضطراب و دلشورگی بر ثانیه های زندگی هجوم آوردند، سراب طلسم در صحرای سرگردانی نهانمان آشکار می گردد.

بی پروا باید اذعان داشت که چنین روزی را اکثرمان، حداقل یکبار در چرخۀ حیاتمان داشته ایم.

در مجموعـۀ حاضر، در حد توان سعی شده اشکال مختلف طلسم، که امروزه بر روی هر نوع سلیقه و طبقه ای در جامعۀ ما سایه افکنده، بر روی فرم¬هایی که برگرفته از تخیل ماهیتی آنهاست، به نمایش گذاشته شود. نه تلاشیست در جهت تأئید آن و نه کوششیست برای مردود دانستن این امر. چه بسا گاهی فرد آنقدر در اعماق وجودش به این امر ایمان واهی پیدا می کند که همین باور مطلق، خواسته هایش را دست یافتنی می کند و توهم طلسم را به واقعیت گره می زند.

کورش آریش

متواد 1355

1376  فارغ التحصیل رشته مهندسی مکانیک – طراحی جامدات از دانشگاه تبریز، ایران

شروع فعالیتهای هنری از سال 1386

عضو پیوسته انجمن هنرمندان سفالگر ایران

نمایشگاه های گروهی

1392  منتخب هنرمندان ایران، خانه هنرمندان، تهران، ایران 

1392  قالب،  انجمن هنرمندان سفالگر ایران ،نگارخانه برگ،  تهران، ایران

1392  نسل دو، گالری سیحون،تهران، ایران

1391  پرنده،  انجمن هنرمندان سفالگر ایران در خانه هنرمندان، تهران، ایران

1390  افتتاحیه خانه سفال،  فرهنگسرای رازی، تهران، ایران

نمایشگاه مجسمه های سرامیکی " کوروش آریش " خرداد 1393 گالری شماره 2 اعتماد

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