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  کوچه برلن کوچه بـِرلَن ، کوچه اي قديمي در تهران . کوچه اي پر رفت وآمد و پر از سر و صدا . از کنار ويترين مغازه ها رد مي شوم . مغازه هاي کوچک و بزرگ ، پر از زرق و برق ، پر از آينه و شمعدان و چراغ و نور . براي نمايشگاه جديدم بدنبال لباس عروس ، ويترين ها را يکي يکي تماشا مي کنم . لباس هاي عروس با انواع و اقسام مدل ها ، در مغازه هاي کوچک ، زير نور مهتابي ، روي مانکن هاي بي سر و گاهي با سر قرار گرفته اند . بدنبال فرم ها و مدل ها ، لباس هاي ملکه واري را مي يابم ، که بيشتر مرا بياد لباس هاي قرن چهاردهم و پانزدهم اروپا مي اندازد . لباس ها سر تا سر سنگ و شيشه و تور و ساتن ... ملک ها ي اروپايي در ويترين ها ي کوچه اي تنگ و شلوغ ، در مرکز شهر تهران . ...... صحنه دوّم : عروس ملکه اي زيبا ، با چهر ه اي که مثل عروسک چيني رنگ شده ،يا شايد هم طبق مد روز بسبک عربي گريم شده و لباسي که شبيه لباس ملکه هاي اروپايي قرن پانزدهم است را بتن دارد ، جلوي آينه ايستاده . چهر? در آينه با غرور به او نگاه مي کند ، انگار مي گويد : ديدي عروس شدي !
 

Group Exhibition Arya Art Gallery 23 June 2007
Jul 30 2006 12:00AM

Aria Art Gallery - Tehran

 

Group Exhibition Arya Art Gallery  23 June 2007
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Angel Exhibition ,Sialk art gallery ,Yasmin Sinai & Ali Zare
Jul 1 2007 12:00AM

Friday,6 of July till 11 of July 2oo7 4 -8 pm

 

Angel Exhibition ,Sialk art gallery ,Yasmin Sinai & Ali Zare
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MY COLORFUL DREAMS ,Painting Exhibition
Sep 7 2007 12:00AM

Painting exhibition for MAHAK ,charity for children suffering from cancer

 

MY COLORFUL DREAMS ,Painting Exhibition
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THE SHADOWS
2007/7/24

TOTAL ART GALLERY DUBAI

 

THE SHADOWS
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The Secrets of Eve
2010/2/9

 

The Secrets of Eve
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Berlin Alley
2012/10/9

Berlin Alley Berlin Alley is an old vociferous passageway in Tehran crowded with lots of passerby. I pass the windows of the flamboyant shops filled with mirrors, candlesticks, lamps and lights. Looking for wedding dresses of my new exhibition, I was searching the shops one after the other. Small shops showcase different kinds and models of dresses under florescent lamp, some on complete mannequins and some headless. Looking into the forms and models, I find queenly dresses which remind me more of Europe’s 14th and 15th century modes: dresses fully covered by stones, glasses, mesh, and satin. They were European queens in the shop windows of a narrow crowded alley in Tehran city center. Second Scene: Bride A gorgeous queen with a face painted like a Chinese doll or made up in an alamode Arabic style. She is in 15th-century European queen dress facing a mirror. The face in the mirror is superciliously looking at her as if telling her: “You finally wedded!” Today a beautiful queen; tomorrow …? Third Scene: Doll The petite girl is there seated while combing her dolls hair, donning her with different clothes and talking motherly to her. She says, “My girl! My Darling! You will grow up some day and get married,…” ignoring the fact that the petite doll remain petit forever. Fourth Scene: Artist The artist has stood among huge dolls which have turned into brides. She walks among them, changes their dresses and takes care of their looks like the petite girl. She plays dolls with the huge dolls. The wedded queen dolls in the artists small studio are now thinking of Berlin Alley. Jasmin Sinai 2012

 

Berlin Alley
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