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Haftsamar Art Gallery Nov Dec 2013 In Memory Of Iraj Zand 01
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ایرج کریم‌خان زند (به اختصار ایرج زند)، نقاش و مجسمه ساز ایرانی است.

او در سال ۱۳۲۹ در تهران متولد شد. وی پس از اتمام تحصیلات دانشگاهی در سال ۱۳۴۶ از دانشکده هنرهای زیبا فارغ التحصیل گردید و در سال1354 به منظور ادامه تحصیل به فرانسه رفت و در سال ۱۳۶۰ همزمان با شروع جنگ ایران و عراق از دانشسرای عالی ملی هنرهای زیبای پاریس (بوزار) فارغ التحصیل شد و به ایران بازگشت. ایرج زند از سال ۱۳۶۴ بیش از ۱۵۰ نمایشگاه انفرادی برپا کرد و در بیش از ۳۵ نمایشگاه گروهی در ایران، فرانسه، آلمان، کویت و پرتقال آثار مجسمه و نقاشی‌اش را به تماشا گذاشت. زند از سال ۱۳۶۳ به تدریس در دانشگاه‌های هنری ایران پرداخت. او عضو هیئت مدیره انجمن هنرمندان نقاش ایران نیز بوده است.

از جمله آثار بارز وی می توان به مجموعه مجسمه های فلزی او اشاره کرد که حاصل برش و خمش صفحات دو بعدی و در نتیجه تبدیل آنان به احجام و فرم های سه بعدی است. بر خلاف بیشتر گونه های دیگر مجسمه، آثار زند از تمامی جهات دیداری قابل برداشت و دارای هویت اند. وی در آخرین نمایشگاه خود از پلکسی گلاس به جای صفحات فولادی نیز استفاده کرده بود.

وی با گمان ابتلا به یک بیماری ساده تنفسی یا گوارشی در بیمارستان بستری شد اما بیماری وی سرطان روده و معده تشخیص داده شد. ایرج زند در صبح روز ۲۳ آذر ماه ۱۳۸۵ در بیمارستان پارس تهران درگذشت.

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نمایشگاه پیش روی شما با همت سرکار خانم شکوفه رخام و در بزرگداشت مرحوم ایرج زند برگزار گردید

هنرمندان این نمایشگاه گروهی عبارت بودند از 

محمد ابراهیم جعفری، مریم سالور، حسینعلی ذابحی، همایون سلیمی، حمید پازوکی، فرح ابوالقاسم، شکوفه رخام، مهدی پازوکی، مهدیه ملکی، مریم خزایی، هما توکلی، مهشید رحیم تبریزی، اکرم رحیم تبریزی، یوسف شریف کاظمی، سعید روانبخش، کیوان آزاد، مسعود عباسی

نمایشگاه گروهی" به یاد ایرج زند " آذر 1392 گالری هفت ثمر 

http://www.artin360.com/Haft%20samar.htm

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