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Shirin Art Gallery Nov 2013 Mehdi Darvishi 03
Tehran

دریچه

این آثار نگاهی به زندگی اند از دریچه ای تاریک. این دریچه ها مخاطب را به چالش میکشانند که گاهی نگاهی از درون به برون دارند و گاهی نگاهی از منظر به نظاره به ناظر.

البته انتخاب و کاربرد هوشمندانه ی تیرگی و روشنی، متریال، بازی کادرها و اندازه ی آثار به خوبی با مفاهیم ذهنی هنرمند هماهنگ گردیده اند.

سعید مجیدی

تهران

پاییز 1392

The Hatch

These works take a look at life through a dark hatch.

These hatches challenge the audiences, who are the spectator of the outside world, to become the observers of the onlooker from time to time.

Of course the intelligent selections and utilization of light contrast, materials, border alternations, and the size of the pieces have been made in perfect harmony with the artist intellectual notions.

Saeid Majidi

Tehran

Fall 2013

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