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Assar Art Gallery Feb 2017 Young Iranian Artists 01
Tehran

از اهداف گالری اثر همواره معرفی هنرمندان جوان و حمایت از ایشان بوده که این امر لزوماً در برنامه¬ی نمایش سالانه ی گالری تعریف نمی شود. ملاقات هنرمندان در آتلیه هایشان، خریداری آثارشان از گالری ها و معرفیشان به مجموعه داران، طی سالیان، از روش های رسیدن به این هدف بوده اند. این بار اما تصمیم گرفتیم تا با دعوت از نسل جوان، بطور مستقیم با ایشان در ارتباط قرار گرفته و نمایشی از آثاری که با معیارهای دیداری گالری اثر هم خوانی دارند ترتیب دهیم. اما روند انتخاب و واقعیاتِ موجود، مسیرمان را تغییر داد و در نهایت آنچه با برگزاری این نمایش در نظر داشتیم با آن چه به حقیقت پیوست متفاوت شد.

هدف از فراخوان، آشنایی با هنرمندان نقاش فعال در رده سنی 25 تا 35 سال بود با این نیت که این آشنایی، علاوه بر برگزاری نمایش منتخبی از آثار دریافت شده، پیامدهای اجرایی مختلفی را به همراه آورد اما حقیقت جریان هنری جوان (بر اساس داد ه های فراخوان) با آن چه انتظار می رفت فاصله داشت. بدین ترتیب بر آن شدیم تا با معیارهایی متفاوت از آن چه درنظر داشتیم به برگزاری این نمایش بپردازیم.

نمایش پیش رو معرفی نخبگان نسل جوان نیست، هر چند هنرمندانی که آثارشان در معرض دید قرار گرفته است هر یک ویژگی هایی منحصر بفرد دارند. همچنین این نمایش کنار هم قرار دادن جوانانی که بتوان با دیدن آثارشان به جمع بندی فرهنگی-اجتماعی یک دست پرداخت نیست که این تفاوت دید و گوناگونی روش هنری از مشخصه هایی بود که تصمیم گرفتیم به نمایش بگذاریم. این نمایش متشکل از آثار هشت نقاش از سراسر ایران در رده سنی مشخص شده است که به جز نسلی که به آن تعلق دارند، تنها می توان به یک نقطه مشترک میانشان اشاره کرد و آن خطی فردی است که در زبان هنری ای که خلق کرده اند دنبال می کنند. 

علاوه بر آن، نمایش پیش رو تصویرگر بخشی از جریان هنری ای است که در این دوران در حال شکل گیری است اما با این تاکید که هیچ یک از هنرمندان منتخب، موضوعات اجتماعی و سیاسی را بطور مستقیم موضوع خود قرار نداده و از رسانه ی هنریشان – آن گونه که در اکثریت غریب به اتفاق شرکت کنندگان فراخوان دیده می شد – به عنوان ابزاری برای تخلیه ی عصبیت ها و اعتراضات فردی و اجتماعیشان بهره نگرفته اند. در واقع آن چه مورد توجه برگزار کنندگان قرار گرفته است دنیای شخصی و پرداخت فردی هر یک از هنرمندانی است که آثارشان در این نمایش دیده می-شود.

در انتخاب آثار هنرمندان، دوره های مختلف کاری هر هنرمند مورد توجه قرار گرفته است. به این معنا که تنها به یک اثر نقاشی با کیفیت تصویری بالا بسنده نشده است که در آن صورت تعداد آثاری که می توانستیم به نمایش بگذاریم زیاد می بود. در عوض، در مسیر انتخاب به روند خلاقه افراد و تداوم فکری و روش هنریشان توجه شده است.

در این مسیر، علاوه بر امید تهرانی و مریم مجد از گالری اثر، علیرضا آدم بکان و پویا آریانپور که هر دو نقاش و مدرس نقاشی هستند نیز حضور داشتند. مسیر دشوار بود و طولانی. در مرحله نخست بیش از نیمی از 538 هنرمند به مرحله دوم راه نیافتند. در مرحله دوم، نزدیک به 170 هنرمند انتخاب شدند تا آثارشان مورد توجه دقیق تر داوران قرار گیرد. در مرحله سوم، هریک از چهار داور بین یک تا سی هنرمند را در لیست منتخب خود قرار دادند که از این لیست در نهایت 25 نفر انتخاب شدند تا کارشان از نزدیک مورد بررسی قرار گیرد. در این مرحله، داوران در محل آتلیه هنرمندان برگزیده حاضر و در نهایت پس از این بازدیدها 8 نفر برای نمایش انتخاب شدند. 

نمایش حاضر، نگاهی به زمان حاضر است با چشم اندازی به آینده. 

ژاله اکبری

سپیده بهروزیان

پرهام پیوندی

شیلا جلیلا پیران

رویا رجایی

علی شایسته

سمانه مطلبی

علیرضا نکویی

 

Jaleh Akbari

Sepideh Behrouzian

Shila Jalilpiran

Samaneh Motallebi

Alireza Nekouei

Parham Peyvandi

Roya Rajaie

Ali Shayesteh

One of Assar Art Gallery’s missions has always been to introduce and support young artists, although this has not always been defined within the gallery’s yearly framework of programs.  Meeting the artists in their ateliers, buying their works from their representing galleries and introducing them to collectors have been our ways of reaching this goal throughout the years. This time however, through inviting young artists, we decided to connect with them directly and to organise an exhibition of their works based on the gallery’s visual criteria.  But the selection process and the existing realities changed our direction and what we had in mind gave way to what actually took place at last. 

Our goal by planning this Artist Call was to meet active artists within the age range of 25 to 35, also, to meet fresh new voices and to organise an exhibition of works by a group of selected artists, but the data received during the process were far from what was initially expected. Therefore, we decided to use different criteria for organising this exhibition. 

This exhibition is not about introducing exceptional artists although the works of artists presented in this show each have unique characteristics. Also, by putting these artists together this exhibition does not aim to convey a socio-cultural message; instead, it aims to present a selection of different viewpoints and variety of techniques. This exhibition consists of works by eight painters from all around Iran within the mentioned age range that beside what they generationally share in common, they share only one other point and that is the progression they follow through their visual language. 

In addition, the exhibition on display presents part of the artistic movement taking shape in our contemporary society with this difference that non of the selected artists have chosen a social or political topic as their subject (unlike most of the participants) nor have they used their media as a tool to evacuate personal dilemmas, or to protest their personal or social issues. In fact, what has been paid attention to in this exhibition is the personal world and individualistic approach of each selected artist. 

In selecting the works of these artists, different periods of their works have been considered. This means that a painting with high visual standards has not sufficed in our final decision otherwise we would have been able to present a large number of works in this show.  Instead, we have paid attention to the creative process, continuity in the intellectual development and the methods of representation of each artist.  

In the judging process, beside gallery directors Omid Tehrani and Maryam Majd, Alireza Adambakan, and Pooya Aryanpour both painters and educators have been present. The process was long and difficult; in the first round more than half of the total 538 entries did not make it to the second round. In the second round, nearly 170 artists were selected for the judges to pay closer attention to. In the third round each of the four judges chose between one to thirty artists and in the end 25 artists were selected all together for atelier visits and for their works to be examined from closed angel. At this stage, judges visited artists’ ateliers and in the end eight artists were selected for this group exhibition. 

The existing exhibition is a look at our present time with a vision towards the future. 

نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی " هنرمندان جوان " اسفند 1395 گالری  اثر

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