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Seyhoun Art Gallery July 2013 Mansour Kheirkhah Bicycle 02
Tehran

In the name of God

Bikes have been the first vehicle for most of us in our

childhood.  A real friend for most of us,

a real comrade for a long time. We never forget its valuable services. 

I have taken over a year to bring  you all bike visualization and its memories in

a visual art form in this exhibition.

I have reached to a

great achievement if I remind you of your old pal in this show.

به نام خدا 

شاید به جرات بگویم که دوچرخه

اولین وسیله حمل و نقل صنعتی بود که از کودکیمان همچون دوستی صمیمی و بی ادعا

همراه ما بود و تا آنجا که میتوانست راهبر ما می شد و گاهی سالها با ما زندگی می

کرد 

نمایشگاه حاضر حاصل دوره ی یک

ساله از آنچه از دوچرخه و خاطراتش در فکرم عبور کرده می باشد و سعی داشته ام آنچه

از اشکال آن حس کرده ام در قالب هنری تجسمی دید شما را نوازش دهم .

شاید توانسته باشم با این کار شما

را به یاد دوست قدیمی و وفادارتان بیاندازم .

نمایشگاه " منصور خیرخواه " با عنوان " دوچرخه " تیر 1392 گالری سیحون http://www.artin360.com/Seyhoun.htm

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