Two bullets in my heart and still alive | Homa Sadeghi
The artist donates 40% of sales to the people of Sistan and Baluchestan in Iran.
Ladder Art Space and the curator team do not take any profit or commission from this exhibition.
Mixed media on canvas
115.4 ×73.4 cm, framed
The burnt and torn faces of these paintings is my temptation to break the foundation of prejudiced thoughts and free society from the pressures of prejudice.
Whether those who are killed due to ideological issues or those who kill.
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The advancement of globalization has led to growing interdependence between nations, whereby their ideologies and cultures are constantly fused. This has, in turn, augmented the understanding between mankind and made them part of a larger whole – humanity. A key element that facilitates the conversation between human beings, regardless of their nationality and language, is art. Art has the capacity to, in its own way, give expression to human sufferings and challenges in the face of conflicts, and facilitate the dialogue between nations.
The ‘Zan, Zendegi, Azadi’ exhibition is an artistic attempt that aims to portray the current women’s & freedom movement in Iran, make their voices resonate across the world, and convey Iranians’ emotions. In doing so, it hopes to represent a realistic image of the courageous acts, sacrifices, and resistance of Iranians while their suppressive government is ceaselessly attempting to choke their voices by shutting down the Internet. More than eight centuries ago, the famous Iranian poet, Saadi, wrote that “if you have no sympathy for human pain, the name of human you cannot retain”. It is hoped that this exhibition increases understanding about and, by extension, sympathy for Iranians.