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Painting as a visual representation of PTSD, Case Hani Najm

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Year: 2014
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Authors Painting as a visual representation of PTSD, Case Hani Najm

  Reza Rafiei Rad - Department of Engineering, Zanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Zanjan, Iran


Iranian artists respond to postmodernism by expanding the scope of application of art as scientificfact. One of these effects is using the art as a tool for chronology which contemporary Iranianartists, including Hani Najm , have emphasized. He designs different levels of society on thesubway or bus that we think are suffering from effects of deep tragedy. In the studies related to thenature of this tragedy that realism basis forms the works and the essence of his chronology. Twoimportant points are acceptable, first, according to recent researches in psychology, posttraumaticmental disorder after the disaster of Mongol invasion, in a historical sequence, transmitted fromgeneration to generation. Secondly, with these continuing disorders, damages of modernizationentering of Iran, still remained in the range of individual and social life of Iranians and these twotypes of injuries are reflected in the works of this artist.


PTSD, Contemporary Iranian Painting, Chronology

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