Untitled


Artwork explanation

The inscriptions' collection could not be considered as calligraphy, in which, the visual elements of Persian Alphabets represent historical brick or stone monuments and other famous Persian inscriptions.


Expert Opinion

“The stereotypical term "art is not related to life and nature" cannot be substituted by the stereotypical phrase of "the art is the imitation of life or nature". In fact, art has a two-way relation with nature and life, in which, the boundaries of this relationship depend on the level of creativity, competence and experience of the artist. Abstract artists have tried to create a mental space that is pure and imaginative. They have succeeded, but the mechanism of abstraction, data analysis and elements outward human being, is created from a recombination in mind that acts against the existential beings of existential existence; meaning, a new creation in the human mind against the existing creation. Although we know from the cell structure to the galactic space, billions of unknown natural spaces are evolving, in which human's imagination must humble in front of the phenomenal reality of the universe. A creator human being, as a dynamic labyrinthine world, tries to create incessantly.”

Javad Mojabi


Exhibition history

CAMA Gallery | Behzad Shishegaran | Exhibition | CAMA Gallery Opening Ceremony

London Gallery

CAMA Gallery Opening Ceremony

group exhibition, 28 November - 01 January


Other works by Behzad Shishegaran

CAMA Gallery | Behzad Shishegaran | Gabbeh

Behzad Shishegaran (b.1952)

Gabbeh , 2014

Signed, 2014 Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

CAMA Gallery | Behzad Shishegaran | Gabbeh

Behzad Shishegaran (b.1952)

Gabbeh , 2015

Signed, 2015 Acrylic on canvas 140 x 140 cm

CAMA Gallery | Behzad Shishegaran | Gabbeh

Behzad Shishegaran (b.1952)

Gabbeh , 2015

Signed, 2015 Acrylic on canvas 140 x 140 cm

Behzad Shishegaran

Untitled - 2016

Inscriptions series Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 x 4 cm Frame depth 108 x 108 x 6 cm Signed on lower left CoA no. 1711071046107

OAR No. 101982 This artwork is unique

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£9,000

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