Orient – days in Puchheim
Community College offers a program- Until 5 February
by Günter Schäftlein (KB) FFB / 31.01.2006
Puchheim – The puchheimer vhs Orient days receives a substantial pictorial accompaniment until the 5th of February, presenting the “Persian miniature painting in a new representation,” by Khossrow Ghassemi Dehnavi, in the citizen meeting hall, lecture hall E7. The naturalistic precision and bright colors are impressive in these slightly large formats than initially expected, even in their liveliness. It is Persian-traditional art, in which one wishes that they would illustrate oriental stories in old, German storybooks. G. Dehnavi, who was born in Iran, in 1964, has been living in Munich since 1995, and has also been living in Olching since 1999. He started studying classical miniature painting in 1983 in Isfahan, Iran. In 2000, he began his further training as a church painter in Munich, which he completed in 2002 with his journeyman’s examination in front of the Chamber of Crafts in the state capital. Since September 2004, he attended the master school for church painting there. Since 2001, participations in community, as well as solo exhibitions took place in the Munich area. Occasionally, he mixes the high-quality, traditional Persian style of painting with quite European images and themes.
Persian- traditional art- by Khossrow G. Dehnavi, to be seen in the vhs- exhibition