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Amin Talachian, Farzin Nikravesh 

This Picartoongraphy art collection is a joint work of Farzin Nikravesh’s Cartoons over theAmin Talachian’s Photos.

The exhibition consists of thirty digital artworks in two different sizes (100X70cm and 50X70cm)
As the artists say:
Although; rarely seen, Giants have always existed.  A few of them like; "Yeti" the "Bigfoot," "Loch Ness Monster," and the "Jinni of the lamp" had a chance to became celebrities.  However; This time our camera has come to those "Rare Civilized Giants" who never had the opportunity to be seen (frankly, it doesn't matter much to them)
The current “Picartoongraphy” collection is called "Digital Art," a combination of Cartoon and Photography.  The collection looks at the human habitat with an ironic and humorous look, which is a characteristic of Postmodern art.
By the proper and complete introduction of Giants and their habitats, we hope to have a significant step forward in welfare, prosperity, and healthcare of mankind.

 

 

 

Iina Heiskanen,
Carin Bengts

Light, shadows and their different shades have always fascinated me. My big passion is to observe. I enjoy seeing a beautiful light on, for example, a leaf that glitters to on a tea cup or reflects on a table surface and the shades, glitter and reflections on the shadow side of them. Particularly fascinating is how the color of light changes the mood.

The motifs in my paintings are moods.
I mostly paint the light and the shadows that I have studied in my immediate surroundings interiors from our home or my studio, exteriors from our garden and the view of our home town.

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During the last couple of years, I have been working with the themes of time and the duration of it by concentrating my eye on the world of shadows. I have been collecting shadows of Artworks and Artefacts as well as their audiences. I have developed these images into independent works on paper. Shadows of three-dimensional objects transform into figure planes. Taken out from their original context, the images don't show the origin of the artwork but something new.
In this world of shadows, I'm interested in the idea that the shadows are not meant to be observed but are something which makes us experience the space around us and the passing of time. Darkness as a metaphor of the time running is inspiring and even mystical. The silence of the shadows and their immateriality is transformed into images on paper. The nature of the works is half abstract, and in the end, it is not essential to know the origin of the pictures. They are something in between things.

 

 

 

  
   
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    Second floor

 

 

 


Past Exhibitions