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این روزها دیگر جمله ی "نگاه ریز بین هنرمند" ، "آگاهی خودبنیاد "  وجملاتی از این دست به نظر کلیشه ای می آیند. اما مگر چیزی غیر از این است که هنر را پدید می آورد؟ چگونه است که همه ما در یک شهر زندگی می کنیم، هر روز از یک خیابان می گذریم، اما هیچ چیز را نمی بینیم؟! راستی، ساختمان شما چند پله دارد؟ تابلوی میوه فروشی محله تان چه رنگی است؟ پیرمرد همسایه چند ساله است؟! سوال آسانتری می پرسم؛ پشت اسکناس هزار تومانی ،  تصویرکدام ساختمان چاپ شده؟ (پاسخ این سوال آخر را خودم هم نمی دانم!).  درست است  همه نگاه می کنیم اما نمی بینیم ! هنرمند اما محکوم است به دیدن – هنر او را وا می دارد تا به سان کودکی سر به هوا همه چیز را ببیند، بشکافد و ارائه دهد. هنر، آیینه ای به دست هنرمند می دهد تا آنچه را که هست نشان بدهد. آیینه ای کدر و نامرغوب که به صیقل چشم های بیننده نیاز دارد. 

آثار پیش رو مجموعه ای است از  آثار هنرمندانی با محوریت شهر. اما کدام شهر؟ شهر امروز، دیروز، یا فردا؟ شهری که هر روز در آن چشم می گشاییم؟ یا شهری که قرار است فرزندانمان را در خود جای بدهد؟ اما این شهری که قرار ست نشانی از مدنیت معاصر باشد صرفن آینه ای ست از دو احساس ،  سرخوردگی و لودگی ؛ چرا این احساس مشترک میان هنرمندان این نسل ها موج می زند ؟  شاید برای این که هنوز هم رگه هایی از صداقت در این ریزبینی  کلیشه شده باقی مانده است . کوشش من تنها جستجویی در میان این رگه های پراکنده است . واقعن در لابلای این سنگفرش ها چه می گذرد؟ 

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فوگور: در اصطلاح مردم خوزستان به تیپولوژی لوده ی بدشانس اطلاق می شود. فوگوریه ترکیبی خود درآوردی از جای زیستن مردم بدشانس است

هنرمندان این نمایشگاه :

عادل حسینی نیک, عسل فلاح, حمزه فرهادی, فاطمه ژاله, حنا حنضلی زاده, 

هما ارکانی, لیلا ویسمه, لیدا معتمد, مرضیه ملکی, نسرین اسماعیلی, پریا جانجانی, ندا مرادی, رامینا داراب پور, سعید احمدزاده, 

شادی بقایی, شهریار حاتمی, زینب موحد, اوجان شیروجان

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