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Shirin Art Gallery Sep 2019 Majid Mohseni Iron Dream 02

مجید محسنی متولد سال ۱۳۵۳ و فارغ التحصیل در رشته مدیریت بازرگانی و کارشناسی ارشد بازرگانی بین المللی می‌باشد. وی به علت علاقه بسیار زیاد به هنر، در سال ۱۳۷۵ و در کنار تحصیلات دانشگاهی خود شروع به یادگیری و فعالیت هنری در رشته‌های سفال و شیشه‌گری نمود و در سال ۱۳۸۲ به طور جدی فعالیت هنری خود را آغاز کرد

 او در سال ۱۳۹۲ ایده ساخت مجسمه‌هایی با دانه‌های تسمه و با تکنیکMerge / Seprateرا عنوان و شروع به ساخت این مجموعه کرد. مجموعه در پیش رو هفت اثر هنری است که برای ساخت کوچکترین عضو این مجموعه از ۳۰۰۰ دانه تسمه استفاده شده است

:به گفته هنرمند

زندگی روزمره و پر‌شتاب بشری توام با تصرف غیر‌ضروری در محیط پیرامون‌اش سبب گشته تا حیات گونه‌های مختلف جانوری دستخوش تغییر گردد

حیات وحش از نظر بوم‌شناسی و زیست‌شناسی دارای اهمیت زیادی است و توجه ویژه‌ای را در خصوص زنجیره حیات می‌طلبد و فقدان هر کدام از آنها ناشی از دخالت انسان خسارات جبران‌ناپذیری را به همراه خواهد داشت

به عنوان یک علاقمند به محیط‌‌‌ زیست تصمیم به ساخت گونه‌های مختلف از حیوانات و نامگذاری انها بر اساس پیشینه ادبی و یا تاریخی نمودم تا به نوبه خودم سهم کوچکی در حفاظت از محیطپیرامونم ایفا کرده باشم


Shirin Gallery is proud to unveil the first solo exhibition of Majid Mohseni titled Iron Dream.

Majid Mohseni is born in 1974 and has obtained his Masters degree in international commerce management.

Beside of his education, due to his strong desire in art, he started to learn glass blowing and pottery in 1997 and followed his art enthusiastically from 2004.

In 2013 he started to make statues with iron chain loop by separate/merge technique as his idea.

The present artistic collection composed seven work of art which has used around 3000 pieces of chain loops for making the smallest sculpture of this collection.

The artist believes that humanity's consumerism and toothily life leads to a sharp change in the environment and keeps animals in pinch and impasse circumstances.

Wildlife has a significant and undeniable rule in ecology which needs a lot of care.  Humankind's inconsiderate interference with the wildlife, will result in irrecoverable damage.

As an environment concerned, I decided to make different sculptures of animals and name them based on their historical and literary background to mark my duty for them

نمایشگاه آثار " مجید محسنی " با عنوان " رویای آهنی " مهر 1398 گالری شیرین

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Taken: 28/09/2019
Uploaded: 28/09/2019
Updated: 02/10/2019


Tags: majid mohseni; iron dream; shirin art gallery; shirin partovi; iranian professional photographer; industrial photography; architectural photographer; commercial photography; vr photography iran; 360 degree photography iran
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