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Tehran

دنیای مجازی امروز، آنگونه انسانها را در خود فرو میبرد و جهانی یکپارچه به وجود می آوردکه حتی اگر هم به طور عینی در یک مکان و شرایط نباشیم، خود را جزئی از آن میبینیم... . . ....

مسئله کشورهای عربی (لیبی، سوریه، مصر و ...) در سالهای اخیر، شاید در ظاهر مربوط به خود این کشورها باشد، اما وقتی هر روز از طریق رسانه ها در جریان اخبار لحظه به لحظه ی آنها قرار میگیریم، ما هم جزئی از آنها میشویم، آنها همان مردمانی هستند که مظلوم قرار گرفته اند و گویی ما نیز ! 

 مجموعه پیش روی  از آثار برخی از اعضای گروه ورق                           (شاگردان استاد پرویز تناولی)، رویکردی متفاوت است از این گروه، که   با انتخاب موضوعی نو (بهار عربی) و استفاده از مدیا و متریال های جدید، تازگی با خود همراه دارد که این نمایشگاه را با آنچه در گذشته از این گروه دیده شده متفاوت کرده و آثار متنوعی را گرد هم آورده است

در همین راستا، در ارتباط با موضوع "هنر و سیاست / بهار عربی و تاثیرات آن بر هنرمندان" ، نشستی پژوهشی در چهل و سومین دوره ی آرت بازل برقرار بوده که به برخی از آثار این نمایشگاه نیز اشاره گردید

(برگرفته از متن کاتالوگ نمایشگاه بهار عربی )

http://www.artin360.com/farsi/Etemad-farsi.htm

هنرمندان این نمایشگاه:

فریش البرزکوه, بهار اربابی, سهیلا ایلدار, امیر موسوی زاده, علی موسوی زاده, نگار نادری پور, راحله نورآور, فرناز ربیعی جاه, سارا ساغری, محمود زرگر

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