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Shirin Art Gallery Feb 2014 Selected Artist Of The Damonfar S Painting Biannual 04
Tehran

A Rubber is indeed one prosperous invention. A product, which

despite its variety of ingredients, it has pretty much always had the

purpose  of  rubbing only. Yet the term “rubs” as an imperative, shapes

itself into a much broader concept. May be, the idea of erasing is one

of those unwanted instincts, a not so very befitting habit, which has

rooted deeply with in us, so that we could get over historic tragedies

or simply just replacing the old with the new. Our lack of awareness

towards historical accuracy, the total annihilation of some of our

memories and monument, ethnic heritages and culture could also be

taken on as the by-product of our miserasing . The current collection

has been taken out of the works of some of the young selected artists

at biennial painting exhibition at damonfar and the prosperity of

these young artists in coming years is an indicate of importance of

Damonfars biennial in Iran’s contemporary art

 Behnam Kamrani

نمایشگاه گروهی منتخبین چهار دوره دوسالانه نقاشی " دامون فر " اسفند 1392 گالری شیرین

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