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Henna Art Gallery Nov 2012 The Narrative Painting And Sculpture Exhibition Shirin Jelveh 02
Tehran

هنر پیکرنما در ایران از سابقه ای به قدمت تاریخ این کشور بهره مند است و هنرمندان بزرگی را به صفحه های تاریخ هنر تجسمی جهان معرفی کرده است. این هنر همواره شانه به شانه و البته بیشتر در سایه ادبیات و شعر قصه گوی زبان فارسی زیسته و رشد کرده است

قصد ما از برپایی این نمایشگاه این است که این ایده را به محک امتحان بگذاریم تا ببینیم که آیا نقاشی و مجسمه سازی معاصر ایران و هنرمندان پیکرنمای آن این ظرفیت و توانایی را دارند که سنت روایتگری بصری را به عنوان نقاشی و مجسمه بومی اما مسلط بر زبان جهانی به نقاشی و مجسمه سازی امروز ارائه  دهند یا نه؟

فربد مرشد زاده 

هنرمندان این نمایشگاه:
رامین اعتمادی بزرگ، بابک بیداریان، افشین چیذری، امیرحسن ردایی، محمد رحیمی، مجتبی رمزی، مجید صادقی نژاد، رضا عظیمیان، بهرام غنچه پور، پریدخت مشک آزاد، فربد مرشد زاده
  • HennaByHeather over 1 year ago
    I found this blog looking for photos of henna... and am really interested to know there is an art gallery that uses this wonderful plant and form of body art as its namesake :) I wish you much success!
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