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Babak Roshaninejad

His works flow as do musical compositions. They are lyric and lyrical, dramatic and archetypical. One can readily feel that the singularity of his vision makes for mythic implications. Almost all of his works impart a sense of the tragi-romantic and embody the un-fulfillment of desire. The darker romantic impulses of his paintings are generated by a congruence of reality and the loftiness of dreams and the impossibility of bridging the two, a trait wholly present in Wagner’s music and in Nietzsche’s writings.

Abbas Daneshvari, PhD

Professor of Art History

Chair, Department of Art

California State University, Los Angeles