Babak Afrassiabi

2009/01/28 23:33 | 分类: Dutch Media Search | by lizhenhua
Nasrin Tabatabai and Babak Afrassiabi are Iranian artists currently based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Nasrin Tabatabai和Babak Afrassiabi是目前基于荷兰鹿特丹的伊朗艺术家。
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this is exactly the point I am interested in. The misreading/the misunderstandings as elements to validate a proper discourse and definition of what you called “life”.  The problem that I always see and that it is actually a huge card in favor of Asia is that Asians know about Western civilization and cultures much more than European or Americans know about Asia.
It’s the real reason to do the ‘post sense and sensibilities’. Later on (I) began to oppose conceptual arts, which is why the symposium held by Huang Zhuan in 1998 in He Xiangning Art Museum (何香凝美术馆) was a real academic forum. The article I presented was ‘The Zone of Errors in Conceptual Art’; it was written for that forum. The forum was on in September or October but I had finished writing it in March or April because, well, a book was intended for publication….
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