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من در این مجموعه سعی کرده ام که نگرش و نقدهای رباعی های خیام را از نگاه یک انسان امروزی بازنگری و تصویر کنم. اینچنین است که پیکره های آثار من در نقش راویان این اشعار ، بی خیال از تمامی تهدیدات ، فشارهای داخلی و خارجی، کژنگری های فرهنگی و بی ثباتی اجتماعی، در بسط خویش به عیش و رقص و نشاط مسخ شده اند. در واقع این آثار ترجمه رباعی هاست به زبان تصویر و کلمات این زبان به وسیله فیگورها و حرکاتشان تعریف شده است. انسانها در نقاشی های من ، برهنه از لباس تزویر خویش گشته اند. همانطور که در رباعی ها عریان ظهور می کنند

لذا این مجموعه را همچون یک دائرة المعارف تصویری از فرهنگ و هنر قرن پنج و شش هجری در این خطه ، اما از دید یک نقاش امروزین به شما تقدیم می کنم

سید حسین فصیح

نمایشگاه " سید حسین فصیح " با عنوان " رباعی ها " بهمن 1391 در گالری شیرین

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