Article 2 months ago
Traces of the world in art
Regardless of everything, artists seem to record an image of the era for us forever; Sometimes exactly, as expected from a news photographer, and sometimes so allegorically that the image crosses the boundaries of time and includes the interpretation of the world; As much as there is a bra left in the flesh of Shaim Sotin. However, artists with every intention and belief, with every...
Article 3 months ago
A female allegory against violence
Klaas Oldenburg, a Swedish-born American pop artist, created the first lipstick on chain wheels in 1969 for the Yale University campus in Connecticut.Coinciding with the Vietnam anti-violence protests, the tank-like base and its combination with lipstick, which is called a feminine element, was understood as an allegory of anti-war protests.
Article 3 months ago
closure of cultural centers; Passivity or protest?
Usually, works of art created by activists or cultural-social movements are called protest art. Accompanying popular movements and actions by galleries, in addition to the effective results in displaying works, also results in reducing the distance between art and the gallery as a cultural center. The creation of protest events by the galleries, although it may cause difficulties fo...
Article 3 months ago
Gun in your face
Protest art from Liechtenstein
Article 3 months ago
"Betty" with a look at the dark past
A girl has brought herself from darkness to light and looking at the dark past, she is still moving towards the path of light. This darkness is directly related to Richter's black past and German children, and at the same time, watching this work today reminds us of the situation of teenagers born in the 80s in our society, looking at the dark past that was created for them. In many...
Article 3 months ago
Death awaits
Andy Warhol's protest art
Article 8 months ago
The importance of collection on modern art
Publication of a note about collection under the pretext of holding a group show "Modern Collector" in Art Gallery
Article Shahrzad Royaee | 8 months ago
The visual arts market is harmless
In this interview, Gholamreza Nami discusses the importance of collecting and selecting works based on knowledge of art. This article is published under the pretext of holding a "modern collector" in the Art Gallery.
Article 9 months ago
Visual, a class between a wounded economy and rebellious sanctions
Why does an art in cultural exchange move away from the body of society and take on the appearance of a luxury item?
Article 9 months ago
Eager to talk about the help of Ardeshir
In this article, Ardeshir Mohasses is described from the perspective of Javad Mojabi, a contemporary writer, and Mohasses's record is examined in this memo