The work is made of wood, acrylic oil and copper.
The concept of work is the false equality between peoples and cultures. Globalization, capitalism and propaganda in general, aim to make us believe that cultures are all equal and have the same value. In reality, all peoples are tied together by an invisible barbed wire (to the real world), which keeps us harnessed to capitalism.
In fact, we are evaluated only on the basis of our purchasing power, for example in the advertising of drinks and shoes on television or in magazines with different colours we are shown equal, while in reality we are objects for capitalism with the sales objective.
Meisam Serajizadeh is an Iranian poet, writer and painter. He has been living in Italy for a decade. He attended the Academy of Fine Arts and got a doctorate in Pedagogy, while in his country he got his masters in Psychology.
As a writer and journalist, he had some problems with the current Iranian authorities: his essays on the politics of Iran and his critical attitude made him impossible to come back to its native town.
His artworks are the expression of all of his experiences, his studies and his life as an expat.
If you search for his name on Google, you can see many of his works and exhibitions that he held throughout Italy.
- Meisam Serajizadeh
- Title of artwork
- Tutti per uno uno per nessuno
- Acrylic on panel, Oil on canvas, wood
- Plate signed
- As new
- Image size
- 28×28 cm
- Total dimensions
- 28×28×5 cm
- Sold with frame