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The Fall of Paradise: 19th Environmental Art Festival in Iran - Isfahan :  (October 2008)  

 

In Paradise

 

Green People

 

 

Journey across South Africa: The Sprit of Rocks and Water

 

Calendar of our journey in South Africa

 

Black & White People

 

Sand Print in Africa

 

Freed Fish

 

Paradise & Hell :18th Environmental Art Festival

 

 

In Paradise

 

Environmental art is the art of the future.  We can learn how to behave with nature. I wish in the future we could have one environmental art event per day.

 

 

Pleasure of New life

 

Art in the Landscape

Marked in Stone and Sand

An Iranian sculptor brings his art to the river, beachesand parks.

By Robert C. Morgan

 

 

Direct Dialogue of two Iranian and American artists for Peace

 



"The Bird of Peace

On the first January 2008 we received British sculptor, Benjamin Hewett (Ben) who came to our Paradise. On the 2nd of April 2008, Ben went back home. Before he left I give him one of my carvings which had a design of a bird. I called this bird the Bird of Peace. Ben will take it home and make a nest in a hollow of a tree where he lives and this bird will start a new life.

 

Sculpture Magazine (Vol. 27, No. 2) March 2008

 

Benjamin Hewett

 

 

Dialogues in Diversity  

By John K. Grande

 

Print of Goddess

 

Deer feet


Painting by Red earth

 

Carved Stone in Hormoz

 

Environmental Art Festival on the Persian Gulf

 

Print on Sand in the Coast of Pesian Gulf Works By Ahmad Nadalian

 

Painting by colored Earth

 


Works by Nadalian in USA

 

Environmental Installation and Music with Garbage

 

Adam & Eve in Sunrise

 

View in Heaven

 

New works by Nadalian in Verdearte 2006:  Italy

 

Environmental Installations and Performance

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

Performance and Environmental Installations

 

Environmental Installation and Music with Garbage

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

View in Heaven

 

Environmental Installations and Performance

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

Performance and Environmental Installations

 

Environmental Installation and Music with Garbage

 

More: Painting on fabric by colored Earth

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

Environmental Installations and Performance

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

Performance and Environmental Installations

 

Environmental Installation and Music with Garbage

 

 

Designs on Portraiture by Red Earth

 

Print of Goddess

 


Painting by Red earth

 

Carved Stone in Hormoz

 

Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival (More Works)  (December 2007)

 

Print of Goddess

 

Deer feet


Painting by Red earth

 

Carved Stone in Hormoz

 

 

Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival   (December 2007)

 

Second section: Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival

 

Works in China

 

Works in Rock Creek River- Washington DC

 

Red People - Kansas City Missouri

 

Carved Stones in New York

 

Carved Stones in Santa Fe (New Mexico)

 

Call for International  Festival of Environmental Art in Iran- Persian Gulf

 

Paintings by Coloured Earth

 

 

 

 

The Art of Recycling

Ahmad Nadalian

During the past decade most of my artworks were site-specific works.  They are typically widespread in both urban and natural environments. Sometimes they are located far away from cities and people.   Some of my works are ephemeral and very process-oriented, so I generally document my site-specific works with photography, video, and descriptive text.

 

As an environmental artist I very much depend upon the Internet, as I publish the documentation of my work on the web.

Many Iranian news agencies follow every detail of my artwork.  In their reporting they describe the aim and concept of my works.  Journalists who work for newspapers have interviewed me many times.  These interviews are all printed in the newspapers, and large communities in Iran are familiar with my works.

However, newspaper in Iran is not only for reading, as local people traditionally use them for a variety of other purposes.  Instead of recycling them, the sellers of shops also use them to pack vegetables, foods and other goods such as fabrics. On many occasions newspapers are also used as tablecloths when the working class or students eat their meals. For some people it can be a sheet to cover a surface or shelf, or stuck on a window to hide an interior.  Some housewives use them to clean windows - other people use them when they clean vegetable, fish, etc.

 

 

Consequently, newspapers in Iran have many alternative uses. They can be seen everywhere.  People really use them beyond just reading their content.

Occasionally I have found images of my artwork in newspapers wrapped around something.  These moments inspired me to create new art works. I imagine the use of newspaper in my society and compose them with objects.  Usually the objects combined with the image and the Persian texts beneath reveals new meaning and storytelling.  I wish to recycle newspaper in this fashion and use them as a source to create new artwork and messages.