Untitled Acrylic On Canvas Painting
Acrylic on canvas painting from the past meets present series
|Artist: Abdi Asbaghi|
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 170cm x 200cm
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More info: Abdi Asbaghi transfers his illusive fantastic paintings on canvas in a sensual way. He tries to depict pure moments of life in a poetic manner and in a strange imaginary atmosphere, his efforts resulting in a surrealistic atmosphere amidst dreams and reality.
Asbaghi’s artworks aim at life and seem like a puzzle which if each and every part is put in the right place, would create a complete and integrated picture that is still possible to collapse at any given moment. He owns much imagination and creative power besides his painting skills and as these elements work together, his art excels and becomes as close as possible to his desired idealistic final result.
The entrance to Abdi Asbaghi's world is both challenging and straightforward. It's complex because the audience is constantly presented with a puzzle as a result of the conflict between reality and truth on the one hand, and the transformation between the objective viewpoint and poetic penetration that alters that viewpoint, on the other.
Deciphering each work also demands the audience's effort, empathy and companionship. However, it is simple since Abdi Asbaghi's constant movement between the modern world and artworks created in a long-gone past has a pleasant and tangible outcome, turning your view of the artwork into a productive revelation.
Symbols and hints are rooted in a common visual history and culture, each owning their stable place in Iranian or world's visual history.
He has been persistently trying to paint his surrounding world throughout these years, presenting his artworks at multiple exhibitions in Germany, Dubai, New York, Singapore, and Bosnia. He has also held solo exhibitions in Iran and Germany.
Note: This acrylic on canvas painting is one of a kind original therefore, all copyrights and reproduction rights are reserved by the artist.