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Seyhoun Art Gallery May 2012 The Second May Tribute To Masoumeh Seyhoun Group Sculpture Exhibition 01
Tehran
به گزارش خبرنگار روز فرهنگی ایرنا، هنرمندان مجسمه سازی چون تناولی، امدادیان، دارش، سینایی، لاهوتی و وزیری تبار آثار خود را در قالب نمایشگاهی با عنوان 'دومین اردیبهشت'به معرض نمایش می گذارند.
این نمایشگاه تم خاصی ندارد ولی تعدادی از هنرمندان سوژه‌هایی سنبلیك مربوط به معصومه سیحون را كار كرده‌اند. در این نمایشگاه حدود 30 مجسمه به نمایش درخواهد آمد.

در دومین اردیبهشت؛ آثار سیمین اكرامی، فاطمه امدادیان، پرویز تناولی، بهروز دارش، سارا راه فرجام، فرناز ربیعی جاه، امیرحسین ردایی، حامد رشتیان، مجتبی رمزی، المیرا سلامت، سیامك شریفیان، دلبر شهباز، كامبیز صبری، نسترن صفایی، احسان طوسی، محمد حسین عماد، امیل لازار، بهداد لاهوتی، معصومه میرحسینی، بیژن نعمتی شریف، سایمون نوشین، فرزانه وزیری تبار و فرزین هدایت به نمایش درخواهد آمد.

معصومه سیحون هنرمند نقاش، از پیشكسوتان هنرهای تجسمی در ایران و مدیر گالری سیحون، قدیمی‌ترین نگارخانه هنری فعال در ایران بود. وی دارای حدود نیم قرن پیشینه فعالیت هنری بود و نقش برجسته‌ای در معرفی استعدادهای هنری ایران داشت. سازمان میراث فرهنگی و گردشگری و انجمن نقاشان ایران به ترتیب در سال‌های 1383 و 1388 از وی به پاس یك عمر فعالیت بی‌وقفه هنری تقدیر كردند.

در سال 1345 معصومه سیحون با یاری همسرش گالری سیحون را بنیان نهادند. این گالری از آغاز كار تاكنون بیش از یك هزار و 500 نمایش از آثار معاصر هنرمندان نوپای ایرانی ارائه داده است، از جمله آثار هنرمندانی كه بعدها به شهرت ملی رسیدند مانند ژازه طباطبایی، سهراب سپهری، مسعود عربشاهی، حسین زنده رودی، رضا مافی، مكرمه قنبری و علیرضا اسپهبد.

معصومه سیحون روز 31 اردیبهشت 1389 در تهران درگذشت و در بهشت سكینه به خاك سپرده شد.

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