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Shirin Art Gallery Aug 2023 Yalda Jamali The Harp 01

نمایشگاه انفرادی نقاشی آثار " یلدا جمالی" با عنوان " چنگ " مرداد 1402 گالری شیرین


گالری شیرین مفتخر است از نمایشگاه انفرادی یلدا جمالی با عنوان «چنگ » رونمایی کند.

یلدا جمالی متولد سال ۱۳۶۵ در شیراز است. فارغ التحصیل در رشت هی گرافیک از دانشگاه

علم و فرهنگ تهران در مقطع لیسانس م یباشد. در کنار نقاشی او سابق هی کیوریتوری

چندین نمایشگاه را نیز بر عهده داشت هاست. چنگ سومین نمایشگاه انفرادی اوست.

از نگاه هنرمند:

مجموعه پیش رو در ادامه مجموعه ملوریسم، تلفیقی از موسیقی و طبیعت پیرامونم است.

عنوان چنگ در واقع با ایهام، با دو معنی و مفھوم انتخاب شده.

«چنگ » یک ساز است و همینطور به معنی «چنگ انداختن .»

چنگ انداختن و تلاش...

تلاش برای دوام...

تلاش برای بقا...

در این مقطع از زمان، پناهگاهم که تلفیقی ازطبیعت و موسیقی بود را به تصویر کشیدم


نمایشگاه های گروهی:

هنر و زنجیره امید حراج هنرمندان منتخب گالری خاورمیانه، هتل هما تھران، 1392

نمایش سالانه گالری حنا، تھران، 1392

پازل، گالری پنجره، تھران، 1393

کبریت های نیم سوخته، گالری حنا، ۱۳۹۴

کجا بود آن جهان، گالری سھراب، تھران، 1395

هنر مارت تابستانه سھراب، گالری سھراب، تھران، 1396

خاطرات پراکنده، گالری نگر، تھران، 1396

هنر برای اوتیسم، فرهنگسرای نیاوران، تھران، 1396

نمایش سالانه گالری شکوه، تھران، 1397

گل، گالری نگر، تھران، 1397

کمتر غنی تر است، گالری نگر، تھران، 1397

گالری آس، تھران، 1397

منتخب گالری آرتلند، تھران، 1397

نمایشگاه گروهی از زنان هنرمند ایران و اتریش برای روز جهانی زن،کیوریتور:ماریا رگر،انجمن

فرهنگی اتریش، تھران، 1397

منتخب گالری آرتلند، تھران، 1398

رویداد هنری «بوم در بوم » ورکشاپ و نمایش آثار هنرمندان منتخب در گالری بین المللی هنر

معاصر جزیره کیش، 1399

نمایشگاه های انفرادی:

همه گلهایم ثمره باغ های توست، گالری نگر، تهران، 1397

ملیوریسم، گالری شیرین، پاییز 1399

نمایشگاه های کیوریتوریال به عنوان کیوریتور:

زمستان .... است. گالری نگر، تھران، 1395

کجا بود آن جهان، نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی، گالری سھراب، تھران، 1395

خاطرات پراکنده، نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی، گالری نگر، تھران، 1396

کمتر غنی تر است، نمایشگاه گروهی آثار با گرایش مینیمال،کیوریتوها:علیرضا آدم بکان و یلدا

جمالی.گالری نگر، تھران، 1397

آنیمیسم، نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی، گالری نگر، تھران، 1398

تنشن، نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی و مجسمه، گالری سھراب، 1399


Shirin Gallery is proud to present Yalda Jamali solo exhibition titled “Chang”

Yalda Jamali was born in 1986, in Shiraz.She holds a Bachelor’s in Graphic Design from the University of Science and Culture in

Tehran. Alongside her paintings, she has curated several exhibitions. ‘Chang’ is her third solo exhibition.

From the artist’s perspective:

This collection continues the theme of my previous “Melorism” series, a fusion of music and nature around me.

The title ‘Chang’ is chosen with a metaphorical intention, carrying two meanings and concepts

“Chang” is a musical instrument, and it also means “grabbing”.

Grabbing and effort ...

Effort to endurance ...

Effort for survival...

At this moment, I depicted my refuge, a fusion of nature and music.

Yalda Jamali/Shirin gallery/ 2023


2013, “Art and the chain of hope”, Middle east art gallery, Tehran

2013, “Annual painting exhibition, Henna art gallery, Tehran

2013, “Puzzle”, Panjereh art gallery, Tehran

2014, “ Half-burned matches”, Henna art gallery, Tehran

2015, “Where was that world”, Sohrab art gallery, Tehran

2016, Sohrab art gallery, Tehran

2016, Negar art gallery, Tehran

2017, “ Art for autism”, Niavaran cultural foundation, Tehran

2017, “ Annal painting exhibition”, Shokouh art gallery, Tehran

2017, “The scattered memories”, Group painting exhibition”, Negar art gallery, Tehran

2018, “Flower”, Negar art gallery, Tehran

2018, Ace art gallery, Tehran

2019, Artland art gallery, Tehran

2019, Artland art gallery, Tehran

2019, “Women”, International group art exhibition, Austrian cultural forum, Tehran

2020, “Boom at boom”, international gallery of contemporary arts, Kish Island

2020, “Boom at boom”, international gallery of contemporary arts, Kish Island


“All of my flowers come from your garden”, Negar artgallery, Tehran

2020, ”Meliorism”, Shirin gallery


2015,”There is .....winter”, Group exhibition, Negar artgallery, Tehran

2015,”Where Was That World”, Group painting exhibition..Sohrab artgallery, Tehran

2017,”The scattered memories”, Group painting exhibition”, Negar art gallery, Tehran

2018,”Less Is More “, Group art exhibition, Curators: Alireza Adambakan, Yalda Jamali, Negar art gallery, Tehran

2019,”Animism”, Group painting exhibition, Negar art gallery, Tehran

2020, “Tension”, Group art exhibition, Sohrab art gallery, Tehran

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