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Tehran

نمایشگاه تَرَک خیال ،در قالب سبک اکسپرسیونیسم میخواهد احساسات و عواطف انسانی را تصویر کشیده و حالتهای روحی مختلف انسانها را در مواجهه با واقعیات زندگی بیان نماید .

شکستگی هایی  که گاه ناامیدانه و گاه امیدوار کننده و همچنین موفقیت آمیز است نگاهی عمقی به عکس العمل انسانها در مواجهه با حالات درونی خود و در حقیقت "خود انسانی" آنهاست .

رنگها و فرمها در برگیرنده حرکت آدمها از درون خود و تغییر آنها از مرحله ای به مرحله دیگر و در نهایت تحول آنها را نشان میدهد.

مریم سینکی   تابستان 1391

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