Biography
Amir Mobed

Mobed’s The Flowers of my Homeland is a protest against the culture of defiance. A culture that worships darkness and does not accept color or elegance and like an artificial flower, it is what it is without a destination, needing no care or attention, seemingly lacking any interest in knowledge  and at times self-contradicting, 

The point, well-made by the first line of the poem by Malek o-Sho’arā Bahār, which the artist took for the opening of his exhibition and wrote with a thousand stems and 40 something thousand flowers can be of considerable assistance in understanding this collection: This black smoke rising from our motherland is ours and of our own doing.

  • <p>Untitled<br />from the Flowers of My HomelandSeries<br />2018<br />Dyed Artificial Flowers, Resin<br />Various Sizes</p>
  • <p>Untitled<br />from the Flowers<br />of My HomelandSeries<br />2018<br />Dyed Artificial Flowers, Resin<br />Various Sizes</p>
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