something about the honesty of one’s circumstance that sets the
scene for powerful images. We are all imbedded in figuration but the
personal range of specific experience is varied.
harkens to his Iranian roots with the use of symbols framing
portraits of his family, self and friends. His son, Mehrad
aggrandises friends and family with a positivism born of the
undaunted belief that talent lends to a fresh artistic career.
Zachari Logan’s triplet nude self portraits radically poise the
mundane with sensational eroticism while Susan Low-Beer’s
ceramic children leap in trancelike suspended animation. Each
artist, ’figuring’ it out, brings to bear the authenticity of
personal practices and life orientations.