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Transcendent Tales

The whole idea behind graphic novels is to be able to tell a story with illustrations and to find the right balance and dialogue and narration to include so you don’t detract from the flow of the storytelling. Sahar Khorasani’s art does exactly that. Her work evokes my childhood memories of the Shahnameh: The Epic […]

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Rich Treasury

A selection of artists from the treasury of Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts. The artists chosen are from the various schools of Abstract Expressionism, Tachisme, Post Painterly Abstract, and Lyrical Abstraction, yet they all share a common thought process based on spontaneity and improvisation.  

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N’est-ce Pa

The world of this Parisienne, this creator of cool and rebel chic, exudes luxe vivid images, little pleasures and memories. The words that parade in mind when I look at her images is: daring, poised, spirit of freedom, strong energy, vibration, youth and rock & roll. The o’dour of her images is none other then […]

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Gundam Ganzon

Everyday I get to see amazing art and photography. Yet, I always pick the ones I imagine myself in and have a unique story with their creator. Mark and I share the story of an 18K gold Gundam and my love for his art, which ranges from illustration, painting, graffiti, anime to photography. I have […]

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Mind Full of Pato

Staring at Pato’s images, you can really get lost and go deeper and deeper into his stories. They evoke passion and a cultural richness inherent in his chic personal style. Exploring the charm of his surreal set designs, the various walks of life and self portraits, leaves a sense of overwhelming pull. Every image waiting […]

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Air of Badass

The dividing line between art photography and fashion photography was long viewed as critical and vital to protect ‘serious’ photography from fear and loathing in fashion. Yet, prematurely, major American photographers such as Clifford Coffin, Edward Steichen, Irving Penn and Richard Avedon, to name a few, spent years in Europe working for international fashion magazines […]

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Art Emerges

I feel an artist discovers what they have to say by action. It is felt during the working process, being open to peeks and peeps, fearlessly gaining whatever happens no matter what, to reach a personal style. I have observed and pursued Carl’s art. I learn something new about it through his experiments and emotional […]

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Tehran Contemporary Museum of Art

     Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMOCA), inaugurated in 1977 and designed by the renowned Iranian modernist architect Kamran Diba, is estimated to hold 3000 of the most valuable collection of Western Modern Art valued at £2.5 billion. The museum’s exterior resembles a brutalism sculpture with elements of Persian architecture such as wind catchers […]

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401 days in Armenia

The greater the work the less it can be explained in words. In this case no words, NONE! Kevork George Kassabian hails from Yerevan, Armenia. His solo exhibition, 401 days, opened to a frenzy of who is who of the Armenian art world.  Moved by his work, I feel responsible to praise and celebrate with […]

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Atlantis Again

A parallel to a better Iran – discovered, or maybe just a dream of a utopia once desired by Plato. It is clear that Atlantis is a parable regarding the need for virtuous government and people. As Plato once said, we all would like that sometime, somewhere, there was or is or will be a […]

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