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Sculpture

Gholamreza (Jamshid) Moradian

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Iranian Sculptor
 
 

Gholamreza (Jamshid) Moradian
Born in Tehran ,Iran
Member of Sculptors Association of Iran

Attended Art University in 1993. One year later attended the Fine Arts Program at Soureh University 
Field of specialty: sculpture, philosophy and history of art, comparative philosophy of east and west, world literature and mythology.
Started his artistic work in the classical realistic style of art, later throughout his life, due to his experience and transcendental transformation it turned to surrealism and post-modern schools respectively.

Exhibitions and Experience
- 2008 Olympic landscape sculptors contest, won Excellence Award
- 2008 Germany Horn City (Freedom for all ) wood carving sculptures symposium
- 2007 the17th international festival of sculpture-La Bresse "Camille Claudel"12-20 may 2007France
- 2006 first wood carving sculptures symposium Tehran Iran
- 2006 international wood-carving competition -17th edition provicia di trento Comune di Coredo Italy
- 2006 Baran art gallery Tehran
- 2005 wood carving sculptures symposium Castello Tesino (tn) Italy
- 2005 Tehran Barg art Gallery
- 2005 Tehran sculptures biennial
- 2005 Exhibition in artist home of Tehran
- 2004,ll Annual International Artists Symposium and Arthappening Vellano-Tuscany-Italy
- 2004, 23 international wood carving symposium Bardonecchia Italy 
- 2003 China – Changchun International Sculpture Symposium
- 2003 Beijing City Sculpture Symposium, Beijing, China. Won the nomination prize
- 2003 Tenth International Art Competition at Osaka-Japan. Work selected amongst 11,500 works from 99 countries as one of the 150 excerpt works throughout the world. 
- 1995-2000-2002 Tehran Sculpture biennial
- 2001 Barg Art Gallery, Tehran
- 2001 Barg Art Gallery, Tehran
- 2001 Sabz Art Gallery, Tehran
- 2002 Contemporary Art Museum, Tehran
- 2003 Niavaran Art Center for cancer children benefit 

If it was believed that art would be thought as “collective action”, then we should not assume our recipients as passive consumers. When we need recipient’s interaction, it is necessary to penetrate to their unconscious. In this case, the recipients freely can produce their meanings and deliver them to us and help in producing art pieces.

Changchun Statue Park (92 hectare), China, 2003

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