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Tehran

نوستالژیا در نقاشی های حمیدرضا اندرز، نه تنها ریشه در گذشته دارد بلکه یادآور اکنونی است پر حسرت و با نگاهی است به آینده ای که از دست می رود. شاعرانگی غریزی نقاش عاملی است برای ثبت لحظاتی به عنوان شعر تصویری.

واقعیت در لحظه ای به شعر تبدیل می شود که انسان از دیدگاه شاعرانه به آن نگاه کند. برای من هنر جایگزین لحظه ای می شود و که در واقعیت بسیار گذراست و یا ناموجود.

به علت ویژه گونه ی نقاشی اندرز، ابژه از واقعیت تصویری خود فاصله میگیرد و ماهیت شیء جایگزین شکل فیزیکی آن می شود و مشخصه دیگر این نقاشی ها، عدم تعلق آنها به هرگونه زمان و مکان ملیت است. این بی زمانی و جهانشمولی در نقاشی های اندرز یادآور فیلمهای شهید ثالث، طرح های پروانه اعتمادی و یا سروده های یداله رویایی می باشد.

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