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Shirin Art Gallery Feb 2014 Morteza Yazdani Dinani The Game Of Bewilderment 02
Tehran

موضوع انسان است. موضوعی که پیچیدگی آن متناسب با تحولات این دوره ی تاریخی روز افزون است.

موضوع زندگی انسان است. در عصری که عده ای مجهز به ابزار قدرت یعنی رسانه و زر و زور، غذا و لباس و نوع زیستن آدمی را به او دیکته می کنند و او را به دلخواه بهره مند یا بی بهره می سازند تعریف و تکلیف زندگی چیست؟

موضوع فرجام انسان است. انسان شبه وار که مبهوت و مغموم  در انزوای روح خود نگاهش  را بسپرد به نا کجاآباد...

The subject is man. the theme whose complexity is increasing appropriate to the evolution of this historical period.

The subject is human life. In an era when some are equipped with power tools of the media and wealth and, food and clothing, will dictate the type of man to live and they benefit or do not as they wish then it makes the task of defining what is life?

The subject is the destiny of human being. the doubtful man who surrenders his eyes with silence and agony in the isolation of soul  

نمایشگاه آثار " مرتضی یزدانی دینانی " با عنوان " حیران بازی " بهمن 1392 گالری شیرین

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