New Andisheh Avini exhibition at The Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
Originally from Iran, the New York artist Andisheh Avini is showing since yesterday at the Marianne Boesky Gallery of New York his artistic vision of an Iranian cultural heritage, mixing tradition and modernism successfully. Andisheh plays a heartening artistic song by mixing the symbols of thousand-year-old Persia in a western modern culture. His new installation invests 3 floors of the townhouse gallery, presenting almost architectural organic objects, reshaped crystals, shaman masks but also, his well-known work around symbols of Persia: the peacock. Always in his traditional vision, he exhibits a Haft-Seen Table Iranian people are used to have for the Persian New Year: Nowrooz.
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The work’s subtlety of the artist is to present all discipline such as the architecture, the interior design and pure art all together. A very successful aesthetic between myths and Persian know-how, and forms and objects of the west.
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From September 24th to October 31th 2015 – 78 East 64th Street, New York, Ny