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Aaran Art Gallery Jun 2013 Mohammad Eskandari No Gazelles In The Plains 01
Tehran

دشت بدون آهو

آنگاه که"توازنی ناکوک"، " امیدو یاس " را در دو کفه ترازو رو در روی هم قرار می دهد، "انفعالی پویا" متولد میشود؛ همچون ژاژ خائی اشتری به هدف سیر شدن.

از رمهء آهوان کاسته میشود. برخی مهاجرت می کنند و واماندگان شکار می شوند. غافل از اینکه دشتی اگر از آهو خالی شود، ببر و کفتار نیز کم از سرنوشت آهوان نخواهند داشت.

نمایشگاه پیش رو حاصل همان انفعال است که پویا می نماید و فاصلهء میان ایده تا اجرای آن سه سال است.

محمد اسکندری

No gazelles in the plains

Solo exhibition of Mohammad Eskandari

Opening on 14.06.2013 Ending on 02.07.2013

When a tuneless balance, weights up hope and despair in it's two scales, a dynamic passivity is created.

To feed the hungry, the herd of gazelles is diminished. Some migrate and the worn outs are hunted out, yet if there are no gazelles left in the plains, tigers and hyenas will have the same fate.

This exhibition is the result of the same passivity that appears to be dynamic, for a three-year time stands between its inception and completion.

Mohammad Eksandari

نمایشگاه " محمد اسکندری " با عنوان " دشت بدون آهو " خرداد 1392 گالری آران http://www.artin360.com/Aaran.htm

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