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licht und räume der anderen

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Ausstellung im Dampfbad Baden-Baden

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iranien poésie du Forugh Farrochzad / illustrations & design du sineu

Added Aug 22, 2010

more informations about Author/Poet:
Farough Farrokhzad-wikpedia

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Statement

Added Aug 22, 2010

Literature, music and film are an integral part of my artistic inspiration. Frequent changes in places of living and travel in India and Arab, Southeast Asian, and Mediterranean countries have given shape to my subjects and style. Art is thus both an intercultural communication and an interaction transcending all cultures.
For me, art is pregnant with the possibility of bringing different cultures nearer to each other. Corresponding with other cultures therefore forms the central purpose, idea and inspiration of my works, overcoming any constraints imposed.
Through my work, I present human landscapes that entitle my exhibitions. Sometimes I use human faces or figures which express the inner world of a human or his psyche and do not show reality like a photograph. Humans are thus presented as integrated in nature and are part of their surroundings.
My Indonesian figures express the socio-political situation in 1999. The positive elements were talking out to my paintings of the awakening of Indonesia to democracy and its future.
My Dart-Art paintings characterise a human’s expressiveness. They are a surrealistic interplay between forms, colour and expression. Free of rules, Dart-Art inspires my paintings as I base them on creative ways to play with my art and reveal to the observer multiple possible ways to view and interpret these pieces.
As I live in Egypt and France, I currently work on three main themes:
• Human landscapes with neither abstract nor realistic faces;
• My favoured Mediterranean and Red Seas (reflected in The Sky Meets the Sea);
• Nefertiti, who remains a challenge to work on in a purely artistic way. My research has taken me to the library of the German Archaeological Institute in Cairo and into an involvement with this mystical subject without constrained or deep involvement in politics. Beyond the actual quarrel between Germany and Egypt, I delve into whether Nefertiti would like to come home or remain in Berlin and the combat of two men of science for the beautiful Nefertiti...
The Arab Spring inspired me to Nefertiti-Tahrir because the egyptien women played the key role .

My message is : Anti-War and Art for Peace & Women Power (over 50% are women )

Photo-Painting: my recent art-technic is the development of the Neographie in to digital technology ...

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