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Shirin Art Gallery Jun 2018 Maryam Rahimi Hyper Ego 01

مریم رحیمی متولد شهر تهران بوده و مدرک کارشناسی مجسمه سازی خود را از دانشکده هنرهای زیبای دانشگاه تهران دریافت نموده است. وی در سومین بینال مجسمه های شهری برگزیده دوم شد و طی سال های پس از آن در تعدادی نمایشگاه گروهی در فرهنگسرای بهمن، گالری برگ، گالری شیرین، گالری آن، خانه هنرمندان و چندین گالری دیگر شرکت کرد.وی همچنین سابقه شرکت در چندین بینال مجسمه سازی را نیز در کارنامه خود دارد.

گالری شیرین مفتخر است آثاری از این هنرمند، با عنوان هایپرایگو را به نمایش بگذارد.

هایپر ایگو اولین نمایشگاه انفرادی مریم رحیمی می باشد.

وی، خود در رابطه با این نمایشگاه می گوید:

ایگو  یا من از عناصر تشکیل دهنده شخصیت فرد محسوب می شود  و در واقع واسطه ای ست میان درون و برون انسان.

افکار و اعمالی که از انسان بروز می کند با تصمیم ایگو ظهور پیدا کرده و بدین گونه  میان دنیای خارج و درون فرد تعادل برقرار می نماید.

انسان در هر دوره از زندگی خویش دغدغه های متفاوتی دارد که جسم و روحش را فرا می گیرد، در این دوره هاست که نقش ایگو در شکل گیری شخصیت فرد به خوبی نمایان می شود.

در این مجموعه ایگو سرزمین وسیعی فرض شده که توسط الهه ی مادر (ایگونیا) و دخترانش اداره می شود. هر یک از دختران ایگونیا نماد یکی از جنبه های روانشناختی زن است که در یکی از  دوره های زندگی وی ظهور  می کنند.

ایگو در هر دوره رنگ، شکل و‌جنس خاص خودش را دارد اما من نهایی از کنار هم قرار گرفتن همین جنس، رنگ و فرم هاست که شکل می گیرد

Maryam Rahimi was born in Tehran, She has received her B.A Sculpture from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Tehran.

She won second prize in the Biennial of Urban Sculptures and over the years thereafter participated in a number of group exhibitions at Bahman Cultural Center, Barg Art Gallery, Shirin Art Gallery, Aun Gallery, Iranian Artists’ Home and several other galleries. She also has a history of participation in several biennial sculptures in her career.

Shirin Art Gallery is pleased to present Hyper Ego, the first solo exhibition of recent works by Artist Maryam Rahimi.

She, herself, says about this exhibition:

Ego is a component of the individuals' personality. In fact, Ego is an intermediary between the human inside and outside.

Thoughts and actions are the manifestations of ego’s decision.

And thus, ego sets an equilibrium between the outside world and individuals inside.

In every period of his life, man has different concerns occupying his body and soul. During these periods, the role of ego in the formation of the individual personality is well manifested.

In this series, ego is considered a large land governed by the mother goddess (Egonia) and her daughters. Each of Egonia’s girls is a psychological aspect of women that manifests in one of their life courses.

Ego has a different color, shape, and material in every course, but the ultimate ego is formed through the gathering of the color, shape, and material.

نمایشگاه آثار  " مریم رحیمی " با عنوان " هاپر ایگو " خرداد 1397 گالری شیرین

Copyright: Majeed Panahee Joo
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Taken: 17/06/2018
Uploaded: 19/06/2018
Updated: 06/01/2019


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