Sunday, October 28, 2007
An exhibition by Hamed Sahihi and Samira Eskandarfar
Mah Art Gallery
Nov. 10-20, 2007
Visiting Hours: 3-7 pm
No 89, Golestan Blvd. , Africa Ave. ,Tehran
نمایشگاهی از حامد صحیحی و سمیرا اسکندرفر
نوزدهم تا بیست ونهم آبان
ساعات بازدید: سه تا هفت عصر
تهران، خیابان آفریقا (جردن)، شماره هشتاد و نه
طراح پوستر: امیرعلی قاسمی
Poster Designed by Amirali Ghasemi
Thursday, October 18, 2007
October 19 - November 16, 2007
(photo credits clockwise from top left: Sal Randolph, USA; Heidi Hove Pedersen, Denmark; Greg Halpern and Ahndraya Parlato, USA; Otto Von Busch, Sweden and Turkey; France Martin Krusche, Austria; Jon Rubin, USA; Keiko Tsuji, Japan; Iyallola Tillieu, Belgium)
Saturday, June 09, 2007
Image: George Maciunas, Fluxmanifesto (1963)
Film screening: From the Fluxfilms Anthology (USA, 1966)
with an introduction by Ms. Media Farzin
Monday, 7-9 pm
No.11, 4th Milad Alley,Milad street, Dadman Blvd. Farahzadi Blvd. Shahrak-e Gharb.Tehran
Tel: 88 57 97 27
Between 1965 and 1968, artist and designer George Maciunas put together
a collection of film loops that he called the "Fluxfilms Anthology." A
group of about 20 experimental shorts, they were intended to be
screened as films and as backgrounds to performances. Maciunas was the
organizer and driving force behind the artist collective known as
Fluxus. Their publications, performances, instruction works and
objects were mainly produced in the 1960s in New York, but included
events and collaborations in Europe and Japan.
"Fluxfilms, especially when taken in context with other Fluxus
performances, insisted on gradual deconstruction not only of the
various components of the cinematic apparatus, but of cinema itself.
After eliminating the projector, there is nothing left but the
screen.... With the traditional movie space eliminated, the viewer
'generates' his or her own screening situation.... Finally, the viewer
- Tod Lippy, "Disappearing Act: the Radical Reductivism of Fluxus Film"
Sunday, April 15, 2007
Concept by Curator, Susann Wintsch & Artist, Parastou Forouhar
Venue: Azad Art Gallery, No 41 , Salmas sq., Golha sq., Tehran +(98)(21)88008676Featuring Artists :
Time and Date: 17-19 April , 408 pm
Iman Afsarian| Nazgol Ansarinia| Mehraneh Atashi| Mahmoud Bakhshi-Moakhar| Shahrzad Darafsheh| Samira Eskandarfar| Farhad Fozouni| Nina Ghaffari| Amirali Ghasemi| Barbad Golshiri| Arash Hanaei| Ghazaleh Hedayat| Elahe Heidari| Behnam Kamrani| Simin Keramati| Khosro Khosravi/Farid Jafari| Mehran Mohajer| Ahmad Morshedlou| Neda Razavipour /Shahab Fotouhi| Hamed Sahihi| Rozita Sharaf Jahan| Jinoos Taghizadeh| Sadegh Tirafkan
Iman Afsarian| Haleh Anvari| Khosrow Hassanzadeh| Sohrab Mahdavi| Ruyin Pakbaz| Alireza Sami Azar| Soghra Zare Anaghezi|
Poster Designed by Farhad Fozouni
Friday, April 06, 2007
Treibsand [Volume 01], contemporary video art from Teheran
Curator Susann Wintsch presents the DVD Treibsand with contemporary video art from Teheran.
TREIBSAND [VOLUME 01] «Analysing while Waiting (For Time To Pass)» sheds light on contemporary and emerging art in Tehran, concentrating predominantly on an analytical stance in times of waiting. Waiting for the future may be expressed as yearning or depression, or it may appear as a long, protracted period in which past and present are analysed in depth from a personal and post-colonialist viewpoint. The concept has been drawn up in close collaboration with Parastou Forouhar (Frankfurt am Main/Tehran).
Iman Afsarian, Nazgol Ansarinia, Mehraneh Atashi, Mahmoud Bakhshi-Moakhar, Shahrzad Darafsheh, Samira Eskandarfar, Farhad Fozouni, Nina Ghaffari, Amirali Ghasemi, Barbad Golshiri, Arash Hanaei, Ghazaleh Hedayat, Elahe Heidari, Behnam Kamrani, Simin Keramati, Khosro Khosravi/Farid Jafari, Mehran Mohajer, Ahmad Morshedlou, Neda Razavipour /Shahab Fotouhi, Hamed Sahihi, Rozita Sharaf Jahan, Jinoos Taghizadeh, Sadegh Tirafkan
Iman Afsarian, artist and editor; Haleh Anvari, artist and journalist; Khosrow Hassanzadeh, artist; Sohrab Mahdavi, editor of TehranAvenue.com; Ruyin Pakbaz, art and art history professor; Alireza Sami Azar, curator; Soghra Zare Anaghezi, artist
- See also: Susann Wintsch
Sunday, March 18, 2007
March 9-April 14
Lawndale Art Center, Houston, Texas
Curated by Aurora Picture Show and Jon Rubin
Imagine a city that you've only seen in reproductions or perhaps have merely heard about. A place, like many others, that exists only through rumors, stories, novels, the nightly news, magazines, movies, and the Internet. Using these secondhand clues as firsthand research material, invited worldwide contributors-who have Never Been to Houston- will photographically document (without leaving home) what they imagine
For the contributors to this exhibition, the task is to search through their daily life for clues to a foreign place, for the possibility that somewhere else exists right under their nose and that, like some clunky form of astral projection, you can travel to other lands without leaving home. For viewers in
In the end, Never Been to Houston is an experimental, virtual travelogue to the city that the New York Times opines "refuses to assume a simply identity."
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
Parkingallery with collaboration of
Limited access in
Video screening/Sound installation/ performance
As the world is becoming smaller and smaller for us, we still have limited access to each other, we merely understand the codes that make us able to read images, through a distance which seems very near but still so far.
Carl Boutard/Magnus Thoren
Elham Doust Haghighi
Jihaniro Ishie / Chihiro Akutsu
Makan Ashkewari Sound installation
Special Screening*: Maya Schweizer
Parisa Yousef Doust
Video works from reloading Images archive.
Complied by Kaya Behkalam & Azin Feizabadi (Reloading Images,
Venue: Azad art gallery,No 41, Salmas Sq., Golha Sq., Tehran
Opening: 8th of March, 4-8 pm
For more information please check the project's website (available from 8th of March)
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Drawer - visual snippets of "Chargoosh"
240 works from Maryam Enayati, Farhad Fozouni, Behrad Javanbakht and Iman Raad are presented in this exhibition.
The presented collection is a complex variety of Chargoosh group (visual snippets), such as rough drafts, notes, photos illustration, typography and the details occur during completion of a graphical work from the ordering pointing through the final steps.
Exhibition poster by Amirali Ghasemi
Laleh Art Gallery
Close to Laleh Hotel, Tehran, Iran
February 17 - 22, 2007
Opening February 17, 2007, from 16-20
Visiting hours 9-13 15-19