We’re gonna have a busy Friday ahead, packed with solo shows from established artists whom are known internationally in Private and public. Tt seems that group shows are kept for a bit later early march and the last days before Iranian new year: Apart from Negar Farjiani’s UNDO at Newly opened space Sazmanab and Sara Doulatabadi‘s Silent Blue at Mohsen Gallery and a group drawing show from 4 promising young artists at Siin Gallery, which are on our must-see list, these are the highlights of tomorrow:
Haleh Anvari’s “Beautiful Plateau” (ZIBADASHT) is on view on AAran Gallery from Tomorrow 17th February for two weeks, and as its taglin says, features Anvari’s latest video and installation works. The show also includes a 60 piece postcard pack of her photographs titled “Beautiful Plateau”.
The exhibition will end on 07th of March. AAran Art Gallery. Tehran. No 12 dey street. North Kheradmand ave. Tel +9821 88829086- 9 www.aarangallery.com
“Recycle” is latest solo show by Mahmoud Bakhshi at Etemad Gallery – Tehran also unveals on Friday Feb. 17, 2012. the show is curated by Mamali Shafahi
Following on from a previous exhibition, Engaged Artist at The Saatchi Gallery London, Recycle brings together previous works and a new installation by Iranian artist, Mahmoud Bakhshi. This solo exhibition concentrates on the new wave of popularity of artists and their role in contemporary society.
The main inspiration for Mahmoud Bakhshi’s works comes from political and social issues in Iran, which he sets up as propositions in his extensive practice of sculpture, mixed media, film and paintings. Bakhshi invites the viewer to seek answers in his works, as he makes connections between present and past histories of his country. Bakhshi’s works are investigations that are highly informed and experiential.
Bakhshi was born on 1977 in Tehran, Iran. Mahmoud Bakhshi has participated in several exhibitions locally and internationally at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran, Barbican, London, Museum of New Art, Freiburg, Auckland Triennial and Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris. His works are part of the Tate Modern, Devi art Foundation and other private collections.
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