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We are all made of stars Sculpture

Marjan Fahimi


Sculpture, Resin on Steel

Size: 29.5 W x 29.5 H x 9.8 D in

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"We are all made of stars" made with mixed media and resin on board, wooden box frame, mirror and stainless steel - 75 x 75 x 25 cm - year 2020, is a wall sculpture formed by a pictorial part in the center and extruded frame that encloses it. The pictorial work is made with mixed techniques with the superimposition of various layers of color and matter where by washing the surface with iron sponges and scraping off the color, the light emerges from the pictorial background. The work is inside a box-like structure measuring 75 x 75 cm and 25 cm deep formed by a wooden core, externally covered with polished stainless steel plates and internally with mirrors on all four sides; creating a box of infinity that reflects the pictorial work. Dar the last one was applied a layer of transparent epoxy resin on the pictorial part to create more depth inside the work, becoming at the same time a sort of mirror.

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Sculpture:Resin on Steel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:29.5 W x 29.5 H x 9.8 D in

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Marjan Fahimi is an Iranian artist born in Tehran in 1982. At the age of 15 she began attending painting courses at Hossein Maher’s Studio and after graduation she started studies in Italian Language and Literature at the University of Tehran; in the meantime she participated in several group exhibitions in some of the most important galleries of the Tehran art scene such as Elahe Art Gallery, Bahman Cultural Center, Robat Art Gallery. Fahimi has also realized two solo exhibitions: in 2003 with the “Urban Details” project at Atbin Art Gallery and in 2004 with the exhibition “Birds” at Seyhoon Art Gallery. The latter period of work is particularly influenced by the city and its landscapes, details and urban views seen so closely as to become abstract images, the only creatures to animate the scene are the birds, almost always sitting to contemplate the passageways of the concrete city. In 2004 she came to Rome to study architecture. Being in contact with Renaissance and Baroque art changed her artistic vision in a perceptible way; subsequently she moved to the roman countryside, moving closer to nature and undertaking research on the naturalistic component of the landscape and its poetics, interpreting it in an abstract manner where the subjects are mainly characterized by views that highlight the main atmospheric phenomena: wind, clouds, rain and light. Her search for an equilibrium between figurative and abstract continues, exploring a global vision of painting that proposes both the realism of the form and the lyric of sentiment. Stylistic research is combined with an experimental technique, mostly layered. The use of transparent resin in her artistic production is quite recent: she experimented for the first time with it in 2016. She uses transparent resin in order to encapsulate the pictorial moment and makes the space brighter, thus accentuating the depth of the work as well as the sensorial perception that comes from the stratification of the color.

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