June 17, 2024

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New Gallery presents ‘The Sky is [Still] Mine’ by Amir Aghareb

New Gallery presents ‘The Sky is [Still] Mine’ by Amir Aghareb

CLARKSVILLE, TN – The New Gallery, with assist from The Heart of Excellence for the Artistic Arts and the Section of Artwork + Design, proceeds the 2022-23 exhibition season with The Sky is [Still] Mine, a solo exhibition by photographer Amir Aghareb.

“It is normally interesting to be ready to exhibit one of our possess,” stated Michael Dickins, director of The New Gallery. “I offer a solo exhibition to our new Artwork + Design college throughout the 3rd calendar year of their professorship. This offers the students, colleagues and community a likelihood to see the college member’s newest innovative investigation. Amir’s function in The New Gallery brings together conventional photography, huge-structure picture installations and projection design and style. This blend is a conversation among what pictures is deemed and what it could be. It is also a dialogue about what a person is uncovered to when remaining relocated. As an artist born in Iran who now life in Clarksville, Amir’s recent do the job is about actual physical areas and the similarities and discrepancies concerning Tehran and Tennessee. This exhibition is built close to the poem of Persian poet Sohrâb Sepehrî in which it states, “No Make a difference where by I am, the sky is [still] mine.”

The exhibit opens on Monday, Nov. 7, and operates as a result of Dec. 9 at The New Gallery, located in the Art + Style building on the campus of Austin Peay Point out College.

There are quite a few functions associated with this exhibition:

Aghareb will present an artist lecture on his function and imaginative exercise on Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. in Home 120 of the Art + Style making.

A reception and gallery converse with Aghareb will be in The New Gallery on Nov. 17 starting at midday.

This exhibition will be open in the course of Clarksville’s Very first Thursday Art Stroll on Dec. 1 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

All occasions are totally free and open to the community.

A digital tour of the exhibition will be out there quickly at www.apsu.edu/art-style/thenewgallery.

Hours for The New Gallery are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., closed on weekends and holiday seasons, and follows the university’s educational calendar. For far more data, contact Dickins at [email protected].

About the artist

Amir Aghareb

Aghareb is a photographer, educator and life time learner who grew up in Isfahan, Iran. He gained his MFA in Artwork with a focus in pictures from Pennsylvania Point out University, following acquiring explored architectural engineering and components engineering. He has exhibited his images nationally and internationally and has received numerous awards. His good artwork and professional architectural pictures have been extensively posted. He has been given photographic distinctions from worldwide businesses, which include the Royal Photographic Modern society (England), the Intercontinental Federation of Photographic Artwork (Belgium), the International Photographic Union, and the Photographic Culture of The us. He is the professor of photography in the Office of Art and Style at Austin Peay Point out College in Tennessee.

Aghareb enjoys having diligently composed 2D regular images as effectively as nonconventional function that pushes the regular definition of the medium. Illuminated encapsulated images in translucent cubic frames, laser-etched tea-toned cyanotypes of pictures taken by cellphone, heavily composited images that question the trustworthiness of a photograph and performs that occupy the area fairly than just a component of the wall are illustrations of his function.

His the latest operate is about physical spaces. He explores the similarities and dissimilarities just one is uncovered to when remaining relocated. The get the job done is also about finding peace where by a person can lengthen their creativity and spot on their own anywhere they motivation. It is about searching high previously mentioned when surrounded by unfamiliarity. As the Persian poet Sohrâb Sepehrî claimed, “No make any difference where by I am, the sky is [still] mine.”

You can master additional about Aghareb’s function by browsing his site or Instagram.