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New works by Nadalian in “Verdearte” 2006:  Italy

 

Nadalian: River Art

An interview by John K. GRANDE

Nadalian is an Iranian sculptor whose life's work involves engendering respect for living creatures and the natural environment. To achieve this, besides living with nature himself, he established sculpture grounds in a peaceful environment in natural surroundings. Water is a living element that contributes to his sculptures, and many of the symbols he engraves and sculpts are derived from ancient mythology and the rituals of pre-Islamic civilizations. more

 

Nadalian in Green Museum

By carving simple fish shapes and other forms onto small stones and river rocks, artist Ahmad Nadalian seeks to repopulate the spirit of neglected streams and rivers in his native Iran and around the world and share these treasures with future generations.  more

 

Utne Magazine May-June 2006  USA

Ahmad Nadalian
[Iran]

A human who loves stones and water, Ahmad Nadalian moves like a fish transgressing international borders.   More

 

About Ahmad Nadalian

By Professor  Robert C. Morgan
 

 

"I was so impressed with your concept, working at low tide in the early mornings to carve signs that during the day would be concealed.  It calls into question so much about time, history, language, meaning, and sculpture." More

 

About Ahmad Nadalian

By : Edward Lucie-Smith
 

In Iran, Ahmad Nadalian (b.1963) is in the process of creating an immense River Art installation along the banks and amidst the waters of the Haraz River, near Mount DamavendMore

 

Video in Web

Speaker: Dr. Ahmad Nadalian

SUNDAY 6TH June

Location: Aban Gallery

Thanks to Katayoon Moghadam & Farzad Tohidi Moghadam who organized this event

Web cam by Omid Moshkalizadeh & Digital photos by Ali Rafi'i.

A look through the panorama of vide art and recent development of video in web, and the impact of new technologies in facilitating freedom of expression. The discourse was based on the content of a lecture given by the artist in Helsinki (2002) and Mallorca of Spain (2004), and explored recent trends and developments.