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A window offers a different perspective, depending what side you're on.The clear sky exudes tones of blue and pink, emitting a sense of vitality that stands out from the rest of the overcast skies.Many of the works represent dining and coffee tables that reflect the view from a window, creating a new perception in itself. Two of Tabatabaei's paintings seem identical, in so far as they show the same window, but one looks in and the other gazes out. One painting shows a table, flush against a window.In another work, a large window is partway open, showing different- colored buildings beneath a sky, partially cloudy, partly clear. "Shine on Me" explores the way light plays on perception, underlining the values of Iranian culture, presented in the aspect of everyday life.
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