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Shirin Art Gallery Jul 2019 Farah Ossouli The Moon And The Sun 01

نمایشگاه انفرادی فرح اصولی با عنوان مه و خورشید . مه و خورشید فعالیت‌های مداوم این گالری با فرح اصولی را در بر می‌گیرد و با تمرکز بر چشم‌اندازهای کشف نشده در جنبش‌های هنری مدرن و معاصر همخوانی دارد. این نمایشگاه مجموعه‌ای از آثار هنرمند را بررسی می‌کند که بین سال‌های ۱۹۸۳ تا ۱۹۸۸ اجرا شده‌است و اکنون به عنوان یک نسخه چاپی با امضای هنرمند دوباره احیا شده ‌است. این نمایشگاه همچنین از یک نسخه محدود از اولین کتاب چاپ دستی در تیراژ سی نسخه که هر کدام توسط هنرمند امضا شده‌است، رونمایی می‌کند

اصولی یکی از اولین هنرمندانی است که نقاشی‌های مینیاتور را به عنوان ابزاری برای به نمایش کشیدن ابعاد شخصی و معاصر زندگی زنان استفاده کرده است

سبک اصولی در سه دهه انزوای فرهنگی در ایران پس از انقلاب تکامل یافته است. وی در جستجوی شکلی معنی‌دار از بیان خود، آن را در سنت غنی و زیبایی‌های نقاشی‌ها، معماری و هنرهای تزیینی ایرانی پیدا کرد. نگاه بی‌حس چهره‌های مینیاتور برای او بسیار مناسب و متناسب با موضوعات عمومی شخصیت‌های زن و مرد بود

او در سال ۱۳۳۲ در زنجان متولد شد و در سال ۱۳۵۰ از دبیرستان عالی هنرهای زیبا فارغ‌التحصیل شد و لیسانس خود را از دانشکده هنرهای زیبای دانشگاه تهران در سال ۱۳۵۶ دریافت کرد. پس از انقلاب ۵۷،  اصولی به یکی از پیشگامان تجدید حیات نقاشی‌های مینیاتوری، که یکی از ژانرهای بسیاری بود که او در مدرسه هنر به عنوان یک نقاش مطالعه کرده بود، تبدیل شد

کارهای اصولی به خاطر شکل خلاقانه‌اش و برگزاری نمایشگاه در خاورمیانه، اروپا، آفریقا، آمریکای شمالی و آسیا در ابعاد جهانی شناخته شده‌ است. آثار وی به طور گسترده‌ای توسط موزه‌ها و ارگان‌های مختلف گردآوری شده‌ است که می‌توان به موارد ذیل اشاره کرد

(موزه هنرهای متروپولیتن (نیویورک، ایالات متحده

(دهلی نو،هند ) Devi بنیاد هنر

(بانک پاسارگاد (تهران، ایران

(موزه هنرهای معاصر امام علی (تهران، ایران

(موزه هنرهای معاصر تهران (تهران، ایران

(موزه تروپن (آمستردام، هلند

(موزه لودویگ (کوبلنز، آلمان

(موزه قرآن (تهران، ایران

(موزه LACMA )کالیفرنیا، ایالات متحده

موزه بریتانیا (لندن، انگلیس)

 

Shirin Gallery is pleased to present The Moon and the Sun, a solo exhibition by Farah Ossouli, from June 28 to July 10, 2019. The Moon and the Sun features Shirin Gallery’s ongoing engagement withFarah Ossouli, congruent with the gallery’s focus on unexplored perspectives within modern and contemporary artistic movements. This exhibition explores a series of works that have been executed between 1983-1988, and now revived as silkscreen print with the artists signature. This exhibition also unveils a limited edition of thirty silkscreen books, individually signed by the artist.

Ossouli was one of the first artists to appropriate miniature paintings as an authentic, personal, and contemporary artistic expression to portray women’s lives.

Ossouli’s style evolved over three decades after the 1979 revolution and cultural isolation in Iran. Searching for a meaningful form of self-expression, she found it in the rich tradition and refined beauty of Persian paintings, architecture, and decorative arts. The impassive look of miniature figures was well suited to her universal themes of female and male protagonists.

Born in 1953 in Zanjan, Iran, she graduated from Tehran High School of Fine Arts (Honarestane Honarhaye Ziba) in 1971, and received her B.A. from the Department of Fine Arts (Daneshkadeye Honaryae Ziba), Tehran University, Iran in 1977. After 1979, it propelled Ossouli to pioneer and revitalize miniature paintings, which was one of the many genres she had studied in art school as a painter.

Ossouli’s work is widely recognized for its innovative form, exhibiting internationally in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, North America, and Asia. Her works is widely collected, most recently by the Metropolitan Museum Of Art (New York, US), Devi Art Foundation (New Delhi, IN), Bank Of Pasargad (Tehran, IR), Imam Ali Religious Arts Museum (Tehran, IR), Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (Tehran, IR), Tropen Museum (Amsterdam, NE), Ludwig Museum (Koblenz, DE), and the Koran Museum (Tehran, IR), LACMA Museum (California, US), British Museum (London, ENG).

نمایشگاه آثار " فرح اصولی " با عنوان " مه و خورشید " تیر 1398 گالری شیرین

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