Human Trauma
Human Trauma

Human Trauma

Human Trauma

Two young visual artists are holding their first exhibition at Seyhoun Art Gallery, portraying a concept of suppressed and traumatized humans. ‘Tamandeha’ (those who remain folded) opened September 8 and will run through September 20. Graphic designers Faraz Nasser Sharif and Katayoun Moadelian have offered an avant-garde presentation of what has preoccupied their minds for a long time, according to Tandis magazine of visual art (tandismag.com). On display are a series of paper and cardboard human figures folded or wrinkled in many parts. There are also some semi-transparent geometrical figures through which one can see hints of their inner worlds. Seyhoun Art Gallery is located at No. 11, 4th Alley, Vozara Street. Visiting hours are 11 am to 7 pm.


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