Once upon a time there was a little boy who could not see very well. At first doctors diagnosed that it’s because his eyes haven’t decided to do that yet.You may say dumb docs, ha?! Anyway, if you ask them yourself_”the eyes I mean”_ both of them can remember very well: one gloomy day like gray everyday, one told the other the world he knew has become senseless, dead-hearted , boring and monotone, so he decided to clarify himself. And that was how the boy started to see more. The day he had gone to try his first eyeglasses, he knocked his head to the shop’s glass door_”where was their caution sign?! I have no idea”_. It was an accident; not much hurtful but kinda funny. So he laughed and became shy. When his eyes wore those glassy T-shirts, the other told the first one that the world is light, clear and colorful, hey hands let’s do something! And that’s how he started to paint.
From now on painting becomes his passion of life. Now he’s studying “painting” in university, where he and his eyes think has nothing to do with Art. He loves to gaze at the trees and clouds like so many others that he’s sure, did exactly the same, long time ago. And now he is two eyes fixed upon a vast horizon.
Sohrab Nabipour . 22 Years Old . Studying Painting at Fine Arts Faculty of University of Tehran .
-The 2nd Annual Postcard Print Exchange
17 April – 5 May 2015, Laleh Art Gallery
-The Silent Eyes, A Printmaking Group Exhibition
16 October – 26 October 2015, Arte Art Gallery
-The Second Painting Exposition of Fine Arts Faculty of University of Tehran
14 February – 18 February 2016, Tehran Art Gallery
– Woman in the Distant, Group Exhibition
26 February – 2 March 2016, Dena Art Gallery
– School of Visual Arts, Student Design Exhibition
14 May – 17 May 2016, Fine Arts Faculty of University of Tehran
– Self Portrait, Group Exhibition of Painting and Drawing
2 December – 8 December 2016, Farda Art Gallery
– The Parallel Event, A Painting Group Exhibition
10 – 14 December 2016, Tehran Art Gallery
– To My Vision, Illustration Exhibition,
5 – 21 March 2017, Arasbaran Cultural Center
– My Hands, A Painting and Drawing Group Exhibition,
12 – 18 May 2017, Farda Art Gallery