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Etemad Art Gallery July 2013 Arash Bahrami The Hand 02
Tehran

The Artwork, conveys a historical mentality in the imagination of all of us, the attraction of these works and it`s creator are so dignified and untouchable, that imagination of change in their place, even in our unconscious mind, seems impossible.

At this exhibition, I have used hand, to change background of works in order to manipulate its original characteristic, to express modern and different concept. My Hands are doing something in the background of these works, which, neither have been in our historical memory, nor are visible in the works themselves.

Here, by robbing those famous works, hand; is trying to convert it to a fresh accomplishment.

Arash Bahrami, June 2013

Arash Bahrami

نمایشگاه  " آرش بهرامی " با عنوان " دست " تیر 1391 گالری اعتماد http://www.artin360.com/Etemad.htm

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