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Shirin Art Gallery Jul 2014 Iman Ebrahimpour Beautiful Sorrow 02
Tehran

هنگامی که دردها،رنج ها،ترس ها و سختی ها به سویت هجوم می آورند و بی رحمانه عذابت می دهند ، به درونت رسوخ می کنند . درونت که ازنرمی و لطافت و احساس غوطه ور است. همه ی این ها با هم آمیخته شده و به مفهومی جدید بدل می شوند. مفهومی که نمی دانی از کدام است! زشت است یا زیبا،تلخ است یا شیرین،غمگین است یا شاد؟ به گمانم اندوهیست زیبا. در جریان زندگی اتفاقاتی در لحظه رخ می دهد که شاید نتوان توضیح دقیقی در موردشان داد،کنش هایی که در روابط انسان های پیرامونم اتفاق می افتد،شدیداً مبهم،نامتعارف،عمیق،و تاثیر گذارند اما همیشه مرا به مفاهیمی ارجاع می دهند که در واقع در بطن آن مفاهیم می توانم تعریفشان کنم . شاید این برای اکثریت تفاوتی نکند، اما برای من جذابند و مرا به فکر وا می دارند و هر بار که می بینمشان به وسعت دنیایی که در درونم ساخته ام می افزایند و من ایمان دارم کسانی در نقاط مختلف جهان هستند که همانند من این اتفاقات برایشان تاثیر گذار است و این وجوه اشتراک را می توان حس همدردی نامید. حس همدردی یکی دیگر از زیبایی هایی است که من با کشیدن نقاشی هایم می سازمش. مسأله ی سازش و ساختن است . سازش با تلخی ها و ساختن زیبایی از تلخی ها . همانند دختر زیبایی که معصومانه مرده و معشوقه اش در کنار او مظلومانه در حال نواختن ساز است و این اتفاق در عین حال که بسیار غم انگیز است،اما زیبایی معصومانه ای را با خود دارد. همانند مردی که دربرکه ای در حال غرق شدن است و زنی که بی تفاوت و با نگاهی عاری از احساس غرق شدنش را تماشا می کند . از طرفی مرد مغروق حتی در آخرین لحظه های زندگیش فقط به چشمان معشوقه اش (همان زن) نگاه می کند و گویی هیچ پشیمان نیست که زندگیش را تا حد مرگ وقف معشو قه اش کرده. این اتفاق نیز در عین بی رحمی زیباست. همانند چند مرد سرخورده و همدرد که برای فرار از اجتماع, به نقطه ای بکر از طبیعت روی آورده اند و خیلی مظلومانه به تماشای رقص یک عروسک باله نشسته اند.

Pain, distress, fear and difficulties that torment the soul conquer you. The soul is immerse in elegance and sensation, ugliness and beauty, bitter and sweet, sorrowful and joyful - I think it is a beautiful sorrow. Life events occur at unexplainable moments, and the actions which are happening in my surroundings are ambiguous, unusual, and deep - reminders to my soul. Maybe it is not important for most of people but it makes me think and every time I see them, they channel the world that I have built up inside me. I believe there are many people around the world who agree, and are sympathetic with me. Feeling of sympathy is another beauty that I try to show in my works. The issue is about peace and patience. Patience against difficulties and making beauty of those difficulties. Such as an innocent woman dying while her lover plays music. It's a tragic story of innocence and beauty. Or a man drowning in a lake while a woman watches him sink.  Their eyes meet, he does not regret their life together, but she does not aid him, beautiful and cruel. 

نمایشگاه آثار " ایمان ابراهیم پور" با عنوان " اندوه زیبا " تیر 1393 گالری شیرین

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