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Freedom is very popularby Luke_Mueller on Tue Oct 04, 2011 12:32 PM PDT
Freedom is very popular topic in present time. I must say that your article is very good and understanding. People should take your advice and this is very important for every country. I think people will be support you and you are doing a really very important and special job. This is a very peaceful work.
Superbby hajj khnom on Wed Sep 21, 2011 09:01 PM PDT
Thanks for taking pictures and sharing them with us who do not have a chance to see this wonderful piece of art closely. I reviewed those pictures few times. I loved the harmony and blue color of it, is so peaceful.
I still have to check these pictures but previouslyby Anahid Hojjati on Wed Sep 21, 2011 06:23 AM PDT
and even now for me her name brings up the first time i heard about her which was when she did works regarding iranians in diaspora. at least until couple years ago and perhaps even now, her art was displayed on walls of persian center in berkeley. that one was a good work.
I don't understand what she means by "ongoing censorship in US"by Esfand Aashena on Wed Sep 21, 2011 05:10 AM PDT
First of all where is the art? Is it the hexagon panels in the window? Is that it? the one being subject to "ongoing censorship in the arts in the United States,"?
Second of all, can we have an example of "ongoing censorship in the arts."?
I just didn't see any "art" in these pictures! At least a love triangle or hexagon love or something!
Everything is sacred
Here vs Thereby Jahanshah Javid on Tue Sep 20, 2011 07:47 PM PDT
What was most striking about Hemami's work was substance and inspiration... echoes of meaningful events happening in the Middle East and North Africa. A celebration of nations fighting for freedom -- something terribly worthwhile and important for a region suffering in the clutches of tyrants for hundreds, thousands of years.
By contrast works exhibited by other artists at the center were a sorry collection of absolutely nothing. Seemed like these artists, who already live in a free society, have precious little to say. With important social and political battles already been won, these artists seem bored; busy picking their nose, rather than their brain.