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Seyhoun Art Gallery Alireza Pouya May 2014 Hidden And Bare 01

خطر کردن با خاطرات

[نگاهی به نقاشی های علیرضا پویا در گالری سیحون]

سیدامیر سقراطی

تماشای نقاشی های علیرضا پویا با پهنه های وسیع رنگ و بافت های متنوع، مواجهه با نقاشی هایی انتزاعی است که در آنها «رنگ-احساس» بر «فرم-مفهوم» چیرگی دارد.

بی پروایی هنرمند در استفاده از رنگ های پرهیجان و عاطفی و تاکید بر القای احساس، ضرباهنگ تصاویرش را شکل می دهد، دگرگون می کند و به پیش می راند.

علیرضا پویا نقاش تراژدی هایی است که رنگی زیبا بر خود دارند؛ بیمِ آوار و فرو ریزش رنگ ها بر اندامواره های انسانی و اشیاء، بی جانی شیء و انسان را به ذهن می آورد که هر چه روزمره و تکراری شود، در ذهن و چشم انسان به طبیعتی بی جان بدل می شود. و نقاش در اینجا هر آنچه بی جان است را در زیر آوار رنگ مدفون می کند.   

اندامواره ها در میان رنگ ها و بافت ها جان می بازند؛ نقاش، ماهیت انسانی فیگورها را به نفع اتمسفر رنگ های پرهیجان از میان بر می دارد. شیفتگی، هیجان و شور نقاشانه در انهدام و تخریب فضای نقاشی اگر چه در برخی اوقات به آشوب صحنه ها می انجامد، اما شکلی از جذبه و شیفتگی نقاشانه در برخورد با فضا و اتمسفر است که می تواند نمایی از فضای عاطفی نقاش در برهه هایی از زندگی باشد که در هجوم پهنه های رنگ و آوارِ بافت های متنوع، شکلی بصری یافته اند.

در واقع خاطرات و مخاطرات هنرمند در نقاشی هایش از شکل می افتند و دوباره در همین نقاشی ها شکل می گیرند؛ شکلِ دوبارۀ خاطرات وی احساسی است که لباس رنگ بر تن دارد. کشیدن چیزها و سپس انهدام آنها با رنگ، خطر کردن نقاش با خاطرات اش است.

علیرضا پویا علیرغم تمایل به انتزاع و گُنگ نماییِ مفاهیم اجتماعی، در تخریب عناصر بصری و زیر و رو کردن بافت ها و انهدام رنگ ها به سمت زبانی برای بیان عواطف انسانی می رود که در آن تخریب و انهدام، شمایی از تجربۀ زیسته هنرمند در رویارویی با تجربیات انسانی قلمداد می شود.

Taking risk by memories

[Looking at Alireza Pouya's paintings in Seyhoun gallery]

Seyyed Amir Soghrati

To watch Alireza Pouya's paintings with extensive widths of color and diverse textures is encountering with abstract paintings that in them "color-sense" overcome to "form-concept". 

The artist courage in using exciting and affective and to emphasize on sense inducing, shape his pictures rhythm, modify and goes ahead.

Alireza Pouya is a painter of tragedies that have beautiful color; the debris fear and pouring colors on human statues and things, remember thing and human lifeless that more become daily and repetitive, convert in human mind and eye to lifeless nature. And painter here buries everything that is lifeless under paint debris.

Statues give up their life among colors and textures; painter eliminates figures' human nature in favor of exiting colors atmosphere. Infatuation, emotion and enthusiasm in destructing a painting space although sometimes result in scenes disturbance, but a form of painting appeal and infatuation in confrontation with space and atmosphere that could be a view of the painter affective space in stages of life that have found visual form by color attack and diverse texture debris.

In fact the artist's memories and risks lose shape in his/her paintings and again take shape in the same paintings; the again shape of his memories is a sensation that has put on a dress of color. Drawing things and then destroying them with color is the painter's risk taking by his memories.

Alireza Pouya despite of tendency to abstraction and dumbness of social concepts, in destroying visual elements and turning down textures and destroying colors goes toward a language to express human affections in which destruction and turning down is treated a view of the artist's life experience in confrontation with human experiences. 

نمایشگاه آثار " علیرضا پویا " با عنوان " پنهان و پیدا " اردیبهشت 1393 گالری سیحون


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