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Tehran

پُلِ شهلا

... او تلنگری در من برای شروع این مجموعه بود.از کودکی و جوانی اش چیز زیادی نمیدانم جز واگویه هایی گنگ و مبهم از زندگی پر شور و عزیمتش به روستایِ ورسک برای پیوستن به سپاه بهداشت. دوران شورانگیزی که در عکس های سیاه وسفیدش،برای همیشه قاب شده اند. این تصاویر تنها پلِ ارتباطی من با او بوده و رؤیاهای فراوانی را در من متبلور کرده اند. اینکه من درست نقطه ای ایستاده ام که پایان خنده های اوست، همانقدر برایم غریب و رازآلود است که همه ی این سالها تصاویرش بوده...شهلا در زیر پل ورسک،واقعیتی در دل رؤیا یا رؤیایی در دلِ واقعیت. کسی چه می داند...

 منصوره پیروی

Shahla Bridge
… She gave me a fillip to start this collection.I don't know much about her childhood and youth but just some vague retellings from her passionate life and her departure to Veresk village to join Health Corps; great times recorded in her black and white photos forever. These pictures have been my only way to contact with her and stimulated many dreams in me. Standing in a position where her laughter fades is as much strange and mysterious to me as the images of these years have been. Shahla under Veresk Bridge:a reality inside a dream or a dream inside reality. Who knows …?
Mansoureh Peirovi 

نمایشگاه آثار " منصوره پیروی " بهمن 1392 گالری شیرین

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