analysis 3 months ago
Surreal fantasy and memory
Following the way of work of the surrealists, the work has put incongruous elements together and disturbed the viewer's perception of the perceptible space.
analysis 3 months ago
A tree is a symbol of human life
By allowing the artist to explore changing light and understanding color, nature has been the starting point for great achievements that have changed the face of art forever. For many, Claude Monet's painting, especially his series on the light of Rouen Cathedral and the Japanese Garden, represented light and nature in art. Pioneering abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky used nature as...
analysis 4 months ago
Sculpture with three approaches
Sculpture has played an important role in shaping the path of Iranian modernists. The influence of sculpture in Iran's modernism can be seen through the works of Jazeh Tabatbai, who turned waste into lasting art, and the works of Tanavoli, looking at ancient traditions, and the expressionist works of Fasunki.
analysis 4 months ago
Popular layout of modernists
From the approach inspired by Cubism in Kaku's works to the surrealist look of #Abdi_Esbaghi ​​or the minimalist lines of #Manochahar_Ektai, still life is seen in art. Despite the fact that still life does not have a long life in Iranian art, it has always been used as a popular subject in modernism art and has quickly become an attractive subject for painters.
analysis 4 months ago
A place for all artists
12 art students in two faculties of decorative arts and fine arts established Iran Hall from July 1343 to 1357. Ruyin Pakbaz, Mansour Kandriz, Mohammad Reza Jodat, Faramarz Pilaram, Morteza Mamiz, Siros Malik, Masoud Arabshahi, Sadiq Tabrizi, Farshid Mothghali, Qabad Shiva, Hadi Hezavehi and Parviz (Mohammed) Mahalati founded this hall and one year later With the untimely death of M...
analysis 5 months ago
love crystal
Where our foundation is located between the past and the future and we find all the beauty of life in the moment, from the eyes of Ali Rastgar, it is like being squeezed between rocks.
analysis Shahrzad Royaee | 5 months ago
From "Esthetics" to "Gorky"
Marco Grigorian returned to Tehran from Italy in 1333 (1954) and established the Aesthetic Gallery on the southwest side of Ferdowsi Square. The location of the gallery is in a building that is said to have been his place of residence and work. The building of this gallery is still standing today. Although this gallery was closed after 5 years in 1338, it was the beginning of the es...
analysis Shahrzad Royaee | 6 months ago
Apadana Gallery: the first home of fine arts
The story of Iran's first gallery with Mahmoud Javadipour, Hossein Kazemi and Amirhoshang Ajudani took place in 1328 under the name of Apadana Gallery or Kashane of Fine Arts at the address: Shah Reza St., near Dolat Gate, Ol Bahar. The building of this gallery still remains at the same address; That is, the present Revolution Street, at the corner of Bahar Street. Both Javadipour a...
analysis 6 months ago
Water tank with colors
Escaping from the fiery rays of the sun on the colorful waters brings to mind summer. So far, summer has been an excuse to immerse yourself in water, and now summer is also an excuse to review works focusing on swimming and creating art from moments of summer recreation around water.
analysis 6 months ago
Rain from the canvas window and lens
An artist like Abbas Kiarostami has preserved images with a very distinctive and distinctive look of rain in front and behind the glass. From Rembrandt, Gustave Caillebotte, John Falter and Wassily Kandinsky to Gerhard Richter, they have all looked at rain through the lens of their own form and style, and among Iranian painters, contemporary names such as Shivash Khoshbakht and Siav...