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Atbin Gallery May 2012 Milad Totoni 01
Tehran

Not so strange. A few meters away,

It was just the canvas and a different world…

My hands, transformed in color and brush

And the beauty of painting you; 

The border between love and bitterness.

Bitter, because borders know the secret of death.

Becoming connected to the record of moments which reach the Creation in you or in me.

I would turn the canvas over

And wait for your smile

And the canvas would stare at madness and eternal kisses.

Now,whatever you see here,

With all the colors and forms that impose their meanings, tell of a secret;

Sweet and bitter,

But loyal to death!


Mila^d Tootooni- May 2012

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