Self portrait

2006

Installation

Laleh Gallery, Tehran

Photographer

Amir Mobed

A melting self portrait, made of ice, is a metaphor of an individual in a society in which every effort is useless. 

The black cloths with white writings on them are associated with Iranian funerals. So are the white flowers. However, there is also a sense of hopefulness and a reference to the role of the artist; because the melting head portrait irrigates the flowers during the time of the exhibition.

Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice
Self Portrait, 2006, Installation, ice
Self Portrait, ice

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