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Khak Art Gallery May 2013 Ali Nassir 01
Tehran

علی نصیر طی 40 سال فعالیت حرفه ای نمودار شاخص و تغیر ناپذیر از آثارش ببا دامنه ی گسترده در جوامع هنری از جمله جامعه فرهنگی ایران ترسیم نموده است. دستگاهی عقلانی ادراک شهودی و سلوک در هزارتوی درون قلم او را به گذر از ظاهر هر چیزی و ورود به درونمایه ی آن رهنمون شده است . 

سادگی موجزی که ذهن ، عین و میان این دو را به گونه ی ارکانمند، در قالب خطوطی عیانگر و میدان رنگی درخشان در سراسر آثار پوشش داده. اندامها ، اشیا، ساختمانها و مناظر طبیعی و نشو و نمایی از  فرمهای ذهنی ررا عینیت بخشیده، دچار استحاله می نماید و گاه ویگرانگر عمل می کند که در عین حال جملگی شکل را از هر سوی به موقعیتی بیانگر مبدل می نماید.

نمایشگاه حاضر حاوی آخرین دستاوردهای بصری هنرمندی خلاق ، زبده و روشمند است که در صدر لژینورهای هنر ایران قرار می گیرد.  

Ali Nasir, has drawn a valuable and irreversible index with his wide range of art works in his 40 years of professional work.

Rational system, intuitive perception and crossing the labyrinth of pen, has led his brush going through the surface and looking deep at motifs.

Concise simplicity can be seen in the form of visible lines and bright colors in his painting that link eye, mind and whatever between those two, together.

Nasir s paintings; illustrate, devastate and change mental forms of organs, objects, buildings, landscapes at the same time also express them in deferent way.

This exhibit contains the latest work of creative, ingenious, stylist visual artist who is Iran s top legion.

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