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Shirin Art Gallery Mar 2019 Group Illustration Exhibition Colorful Generations 01
Tehran

در تصویرگری هنرمند با در دست داشتن موضوعی خاص، آن را به تصویر می کشد و با در نظر گرفتن مخاطب به اجرای آن می‌پردازد

گالری شیرین مفتخر است با همراهی آقای حسن عامه کن دومین سالانه تصویرگری را با مضمون نسل های رنگین با حضور ۵۰ آرتیست به نمایش بگذارد

با سپاس فراوان از آقای جمال‌الدین اکرمی عزیز که متن زیر را برای این نمایشگاه تهیه دیده اند

آیا ماه پیشانی سرانجام شاهزاده ی رویاهایش را بازخواهد یافت؟ دختر نارنج و ترنج از طلسم باغ جادو رها خواهد شد؟ کوراوغلوی چنلی بل خواهد توانست اسب جادویی اش را از کچل حمزه بازپس بگیرد؟

این ها پرسش های کودکانه‌ای است که پاسخ آن دررویدادهای متن و تصویرهای یک کتاب نهفته است

کودکان دیروز و امروز شیفته‌ی تصویرهایی هستند که بار روایت قصه ها و افسانه ها را به دوش می‌کشند. در نگاه نخست، این تصویرها هستند که کلید انتخاب کتاب توسط کودک به شمار می روند. نخستین ورق زدن ها، نگاه کردن ها، و درکی گذرا از ماجراهای یک کتاب در لایه های تو در توی خط ها و گستره‌ی پرنقش و نگار رنگ ها و فرم ها نهفته است. کودکان در جست و جوی رویدادهای متن قصه ها و افسانه ها، در لایه های پنهان تصویر به جنب و جوش در می‌آیند، خط های روایتی را دنبال می‌کنند و از دیدن کوچک‌ترین نشانه های پنهان در تصویر شگفت زده می شوند. تصویرهایی سرشار از اسطوره ها، پهلوانی ها و رویدادهای جادویی

آن چه بیش از همه در تصویرگری امروز موج می‌زند، گستره‌ی بی حد و مرز فانتزی ها و خیال پردازی های پایان ناپذیری است که تنها کودکان به تمامی باورش می کنند، با آن همراه می شوند و چه بسا رویاهاشان فراتر از انگاره های نویسنده و تصویرگر به پرواز در می‌آید. تصویرهایی که چندان مرز جغرافیایی نمی‌شناسد و آمیزه ای از ویژگی های اقلیمی دور و نزدیک در جهان امروز است

نمایشگاه « نسلهای رنگین » تلاشی است برای رساندن کودکان به رویاهاشان. تلاشی سرشار از خط ها، فرم ها و رنگ های کودکانه ای که در نگاه و تکنیک تصویرگران برجسته ی دیروز ‌و هنرمندان جوان امروز برای کودکان زمین تدارک دیده شده است

In creating illustrations, the artist depicts a particular subject while

considering the audience.

Shirin Gallery is pleased to present the second annual

illustration exhibition aptly named "Colorful Generations" with the help of Hassan Amekan and participation of 50 artists.

We'd like to thank Jamalodin Akrami, who has kindly prepared the

following text for the exhibition.

Will the fair girl eventually find her man of dreams? Will she get delivered from the spell of the enchanted garden? Will Köroğlu Çenlibel be able to take his magic horseback from Kel Hamza? These are some simple questions the answer to which lies within the lines and illustrations of a book.

No matter what generation children belong to, they are all fascinated by illustrations that narrate stories. Examples tend to influence a child’s decision in choosing a book in the first place. Turning over pages and looking at pictures, a child can get an idea of the story of a book through a maze of lines and a fancy spectrum of colors and forms. Children start searching for tales and fables; they are set in motion in the hidden layers of pictures, follow the narrative lines and are astounded at the slightest hints in illustrations – illustrations inundated with myths, heroic acts, and magical happenings.

What is most evident in today’s art of illustration is a vast spectrum of unending fantasies, which only children can honestly believe and embrace, their dream and imagination even exceeding that of the author and illustrator. By possessing features of the near and the far, such illustrations have no geographical boundaries in today’s world.

The Colorful Generations exhibition is an attempt to make children’s dreams come true. The works contain a multitude of simple lines, forms, and colors that leading illustrators of the past generation and young artists of the present generation will be presenting to the children of the Earth

نمایشگاه گروهی " نسل های رنگین 2 " اسفند 1397 گالری شیرین

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