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Shirin Art Gallery Apr 2013 Individual Journey To Poetry 01


سفري منحصر به فرد به شعر

نمايشگاه پيش رو، نمايشي از است از بانوان در حوزه عكاسي ديجيتال. عكاساني از خاورميانه، آسيا و اروپا كه سعي كرده اند، با تركيب استعدادهاي هنري خود با مسائل دروني، كه تحت تاثير محيط اطراف زندگي شان بوده،  به بيان هنري خود برسند. براي اين هنرمندان محيط اطراف شان به مثابه ابزاري ست كه از طريق آن به بيان ترس، خوشي، عشق، خشم، كنجكاوي، انزوا، آزادي و بسياري ديگر از احساسات بپردازند. همچنين راهي ست براي بيان عقايد سياسي، اجتماعي و  هم بيان گذشته خود به عنوان يك زن در مقابل چارچوب كشور خويش. براي بعضي از هنرمندان، آنچه كه خلق كرده اند راهكاري ست براي دور شدن از  واقعيت بدبينانه ي كه در محيط زندگي شان وجود دارد. نمايشگاهي كه سعي در بيان تنش بين گذشته فرهنگي و آثار هنري سوالاتي را همراه داشته است، از جمله اينكه: آيا يك ارتباط خطي بين اين دو پارامتر وجود دارد و يا برعكس علاقه به گريز از ريشه به پس زمينه و گذشته وجود دارد؟ چقدر انزواي جنسيتي و اجتماعي در كار هنر مند حس مي شود؟ آيا اختلال كليشه اي بين زن و مرد وجود دارد؟ آيا جايگاه زنانه در هنر، هنوز مبارز و مساوات طلب نسبت به منتقدان مردانه است؟ آيا هنر براي خوشنودي مخاطبان مرد آفريده مي شود؟ چگونه تفاوتهاي جغرافياي اين مسائل را تحت تاثير قرار مي دهند؟  چه رابطه اي بين عدالت اجتماعي زنانه و آثار هنري وجود دارد؟


نمایش آثار عکاسان زن از خاور میانه، آسیا و اروپا با عنوان " سفری منحصربه فرد به شعر " اردیبهشت 1392 گالری شیرین  http://www.artin360.com/Shirin.htm

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