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Henna Art Gallery Aida Saeedi Hadis Mohammadi 2014 May 01
Tehran

حدیث محمدی

متولد 1368

لیسانس از دانشگاه علم و فرهنگ تهران

هنر کشف کشش های ناشی از جهان مرئی و امکانات اسرار آمیز بشر است که فقط روحاً می توان آن را حس و لمس کرد. ذهن ما از مفاهیم حقیقی که در خارج از آن و در عالم واقع وجود دارد  بعضی مفاهیم را انتزاع می کند. مفاهیم بدین ترتیب منتزع می شوند و به واسطه آن احساسات هنرمند منتقل می گردد.

آیدا سعیدی

متولد 1370

لیسانس از دانشگاه علم و فرهنگ تهران

نمایشگاه نقاشی، بیش از هر چیز باید نشان دهنده یک مفهوم در قالب بازتاب های گوناگون ذهنی تصویر شده در آثار مختلف باشد. "انعکاس" با مفهوم شناسی هویت مدرن در جهان امروز، در پی بازتاب هویت های متفاوت اشیاء است

Hadis Mohammadi

Art is the discovery of attractions, caused by visible universe and mysterious possibilities of the humans, and it can only be sensed and felt, spiritually. Our mind makes abstract concepts, via external concepts existing outside of it, in the real world. So, concepts become abstracted, helping artist’s sensations to be communicated.

Ayda Saeedi

More than anything, a painting exhibition should expose a singular concept resulting from the various subjective reflections, in different works. In today's world," Reflection ", with the modern conceptualization identity, tries to reflect the different identities of the objects.  

نمایشگاه آثار " آیدا سعیدی و حدیث محمدی " اردیبهشت 1393 گالری حنا

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