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Seyhoun Art Gallery Apr 2014 Reza Afsari Sealed Letters To Myself 02
Tehran

چگونه نقاشی کردن یا چه نقاشی کردن ذهنیتی است در هنرمند که به فراخور احوال و زمانهای مختلف متاثر میشود و گاه به یکی از دو سو گرایش بیشتری میابد و آن اهمیت بیشتری میابد.

برای من نیز چنین بوده است . مجموعه حاضر زمزمه های خلوت تنهایی ام بوده و اگر ایهامی در بیان آنها دیده میشود ششاید به این دلیل است که من از زمزمه کزدن برای خودم هم گاه امتناع میکنم .

رضا افسری

"How to paint" or "what to paint" are all time challenges for the mind of an artist.

The timing and the moods are the factors which lead the artist in any of the two directions and make one path more significant. The recent collection is an effort of voice out the sound of my solitude. If there is ambiguity in conveying the meaning, perhaps its because of me, not wanting to whisper even to myself at times. 

Reza Afsari

نمایشگاه آثار " رضا افسری " با عنوان " نامه های سربسته به خودم " فروردین 1393 گالری سیحون

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