Yari Ostovany – Strtata | Lumens (2022) | Selected Paintings 1998 – 2022 | Will be available in 2023
A rumination on the push and pull of energies underground as they undulate and billow below the surface, manifesting as cracks/forms on the surface of concrete sidewalks, translating these interaction of energies into light, shone upon and/or emanating from within. Inkjet transfer of digital images of cracks in sidewalks with Encaustics applied on panels. Click here for more info and to place your order
Edited by Hamid Keshmirshekan Contributors: Aydin Aghdashloo, Shiva Balaghi, Peter Chekowki, Hengameh Fouladvand, Mehdi Hosseini, Abdolmajid Hosseini-Rad, Rose Issa, Faryar Javaherian, Mehri Honarbin-Holliday, Hamid Keshmirshekan, Edward Luci-Smith, Ulrich Marzolph, Sharon L. Parker, Hamid SeveriLiaoning Creative Press335 pages, 2011 More info here
Art in Embassies (AIE), a U.S. Department of State program, creates vital cross-cultural dialogue and fosters mutual understanding through the visual arts and dynamic artist exchanges.AIE develops and presents approximately 60 exhibitions per year and has installed over 70 permanent art collections in more than 200 of the Department’s diplomatic facilities in 189 countries.To accomplish the mission, AIE engages over 20,000 international participants, including artists, museums, galleries, universities, and private collectors. More info here
Catalog from the 2009 exhibition at California State University, Fullerton Grand Central Art Center Curated by Elizabeth Little As a result of the Iranian Revolution of the 1970s, the artists participating in this exhibition explore western culture and Iranian traditions through their art. Unified by their cultural experiences, these artists offer insight into a community torn between democratic and theocratic values, and a Persian past and Islamic present.