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Aaran Art Gallery Apr 2014 Shahryar Hatami 02
Tehran

عالیق وکنجکاوی های کودکی، احساسات غریب در مقابل طبیعت عظیم و 

ترسناک، تنهایی عظیم؛ مردابی با گیاهانی هر روز تازه تر. همۀ این عناصر 

دنیای ذهنی شهریار حاتمی را شکل داده اند که مهم ترین درونمایه اش 

مرگ است؛ نه تنها ترس از مرگ، بلکه نزدیکی و آشنایی با آن. او باور 

دارد که انسان نوع خود را فرومی ً کاهد. آثار اخیرش عمدتا بر درونمایۀ 

شکنجه استوارند، رنجهای غریبی که تنها نوع بشر می تواند بر همنوعش 

تحمیل کند. حاتمی در این آثار کوشیده در البه الی جزئیات رویدادهایی 

غریب و تراژدی هایی هولناک منظره ای فریبا و دیدنی بیافریند. بیننده 

در نگریستن به این آثار احساسات متفاوتی را تجربه می کند؛ از لذت 

 زیباییشناختی تا انزجار و شاید هم شادمان که از آنچه در نقاشی روی 

می دهد مصون مانده است.

Childish curiosity and fascination. Bizarre feelings before

majestic and horrifying Nature. An enormous solitude. A 

marshland flourishing more every day. Shahriar Hatami’s 

subjective world is made of all these, with death as its main 

theme; not only fear of death but its proximity and familiarity. 

The artist believes that, as it were, mankind is disintegrating 

its species. Agony is the main theme of his recent works; acts 

of torture which only human beings can inflict on each other. 

In these works, Hatami has attempted to create beautiful and 

spectacular landscapes through details of strange events 

and horrific tragedies. While watching these works, one may 

experience a variety of feelings, from aesthetic pleasure to 

disgust; and perhaps even joyful relief as one is safe from the 

horror going on in the realm of these works

نمایشگاه آثار " شهریار حاتمی " اردیبهشت 1393 گالری آران

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