Hossein Valamanesh, Volume 3
This examination of an Iranian/Australian painter's work reflects both his relationship to the land of his birth and to his adopted country His themes include personal journeys, a search of identity, and the association between humans and the planet Earth.
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90cm Collection abyssal thinking acrylic on jute Adelaide Festival Angela arte povera Artist in Residence Australia Council Grant AUSTRALIA MONOGRAPH Australian Perspecta Australian Sculpture Triennial Baluchistan biographical bird ceramic Chant of Becoming City of Stories coincidence Collection Art Gallery Collection the artist Commissioned Contemporary Art Centre curvilinear Daily Bread dervish Domenico Scarlatti double earth Exhibited installation exhibition at Bonython exhibition at Greenaway Experimental Art Foundation Festival of Arts Franz Kafka Gallery of Australia Gallery of South Greenaway Art Gallery ground group exhibitions Held first solo Held solo exhibition hoopoe Hossein Valamanesh installation The Lover Iran James Hillman linear Lover Circles Macquarie Galleries Melbourne metaphysical metonymic migration Mount Gambier National Gallery nostalgia Participated Paul Carter perspective Queensland Art Gallery recognise Rockhampton Rumi's sand sculptural environment sense shoes signified South Australia sticks Sydney Symmetrical relations Tachikawa Art Project Tehran translation University Untitled Valamanesh's art Valamanesh's shadowed Vico Wollongong City Gallery wood