MEAMORPHISM Art Movement Combines Traditional Fine Art With the Newest Digital Media Technologies.

Meamorphism is a ground breaking new art movement developed by internationally known artist Ali Meamar in collaboration with Sony Corporation. This art movement combines traditional “fine art” making with the newest digital media technologies.

MEAMORPHISM art movement combines traditional “fine art” making with the newest digital media technologies. Meamorphism pieces are created using Digital Canvases that provide the user with a dynamic viewing experience and that can be manipulated by the viewer. Each Meamorphism piece allows the viewer to see infinite variations of the artwork. photo-file-22-699x1024 photo-file-2 photo-file-1-1024x552 News-761x1024 news-meamorphism.-11-172psd-copy

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Meamorphism is a ground breaking new art movement developed by internationally known artist Ali Meamar in collaboration with Sony Corporation. This art movement combines traditional "fine art" making with the newest digital media technologies. Meamorphism pieces are created using Digital Canvases that provide the user with a dynamic viewing experience and that can be manipulated by the viewer. Each Meamorphism piece allows the viewer to see infinite variations of the artwork.

Meamorphism is a ground breaking new art movement developed by internationally known artist Ali Meamar in collaboration with Sony Corporation. This art movement combines traditional "fine art" making with the newest digital media technologies. Meamorphism pieces are created using Digital Canvases that provide the user with a dynamic viewing experience and that can be manipulated by the viewer. Each Meamorphism piece allows the viewer to see infinite variations of the artwork.

Meamar was born  in Ahvaz, Iran, in 1956. In 1982, he earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Interior Design and Sculpture from the Accademia delle Belle Arti of Florence, Italy.[1] He then went on to the Accademia d’Arte e Design Leonetto Cappiello of Florence, where he studied Graphic Arts under the guidance of the Master of the Frescoes.

During the course of his studies, Meamar attended a workshop with Salvador Dalí in Barcelona, Spain. This encounter had a profound influence on the young artist, who spent the next ten years exploring Surrealism. During that time, he exhibited his work in France, Switzerland, and Italy.

In 1985, Meamar moved to the United States. He currently resides with his wife and two daughters in the San Francisco Bay area.

Meamar started his career as a fresco painter, painting scenes from the Renaissance period or from Greek mythology on the walls of villas across the world, from Italy to the United States. However, in the last ten years, Meamar has been focusing on more abstract creations.

Meamar’s Original Collection is his latest body of abstract work. Using a print of one of his original frescoes as a primer, either on board or on canvas, he paints over that layer of his “past” with an original acrylic that represents his present.

Exhibits[edit]

  • 2011 – Miami Red Dot Art Fair, Miami, FL
  • 2010 – New York Art Expo, New York, NY
  • 2007 – ABRA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2004–Present – Art People Gallery, San Francisco
  • 1999 – Hilton Fremont, CA
  • 1989 – Art Expo-Los Angeles, CA
  • 1988 – Art Expo-Los Angeles, CA
  • 1987 – Art Expo-Los Angeles, CA
  • 1983 – Doddoit Gallery-Paris, France
  • 1982 – Est O Vest Gallery-Rome, Italy
  • 1982 – Burdek AC Gallery-Zurich, Switzerland
  • 1982 – Russo Gallery-Rome, Italy
  • 1981 – Traghetto Gallery-Venice, Italy
  • 1981 – Center Comunitario-Florence, Italy
  • 1981 – Center Open Art-Milan, Italy
  • 1980 – Arttits ABA- Florence, Italy
  • 1978 – Festival of Art-Florence, Italy

References[edit]

  • “Today’s Top Artists: Meamar,” in Art Business News, September 2010, pp. 20–21.
  • “Meamar,” The Guild Sourcebook of Residential Art (2004), p. 270 & 303 (published by Artful Home, LLC – formerly The Guild, Inc.).
  • “Meamar,” The Sourcebook of Architectural & Interior Art 16 (2001), pp. 116–17 & 401 (published by Artful Home, LLC – formerly The Guild, Inc.).
  • “Allen Meamar” by William Marshak, in What’s Happening, the Tri-City Magazine (Fremont, Newark, Union City), March 1999, pp. 2–3.

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