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(un)Expected Art Fair Milano

Embracing the essence of the Japanese concept of Ma, symbolizing a pause in time and an interval in space, Spazio Nour orchestrates a curated exhibition featuring the unique artistic expressions of Mahmoud Saleh Mohammadi and Lu Yi-Dan at the (un)Expected Art Fair.

© Photo: Lu Yi-Dan

In Mahmoud Saleh Mohammadi's works, Ma unfolds as a profound exploration of the interplay between Persian and Japanese cultural motifs, weaving a tapestry that transcends temporal and geographical confines. Through a harmonious blend of form and abstraction, he invites viewers to experience the transformative power of creativity, creating a bridge between the artistic traditions of the Middle East and the West, of history and present.

Lu Yi-Dan, a multimedia artist, brings her own perspective to the concept of Ma. Drawing inspiration from her experiences in stage design and photography, her artworks reflect on the underlying architecture of humanity's society. Yi-Dan's pieces, rich in paradoxes and ethical reflections, convey the dynamics of space and stillness. Her multimedia approach incorporates the latest technology to engage viewers in a contemplative exploration of the intersections between art and life.

Together, these two artists converge in the realm of Ma, offering a contemplative space where viewers can discern the nuances of stillness, the intervals between forms, and the profound connections fostered by their individual interpretations of this timeless concept.

© Photo: Lu Yi-Dan, Artworks: Mahmoud Saleh Mohammadi

 © Photo: Lu Yi-Dan, Artworks: Lu Yi-Dan

© Photo: Lu Yi-Dan


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