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Behzad Tabar show

2015.07.11

“Commencement”

By

Behzad Tabar

 

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Round-ups, mix media on canvas, 59 x 59 in.

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FLUX / Hotel Tableau @ Besharat Contemporary

2011.09.15

FLUX 2011
Friday, September 30th, 8 pm to Midnight

FLUX is a one-night public art celebration presented by Flux Projects in the streets and intriguing spaces of the Castleberry Hill Arts District. The evening features a diverse array of projects that include multi-media installations, projections, dance, theatre, music, sound and light installations, parades, puppetry, and iron pours. The event kicks off at 8:00 p.m. with a lantern art parade, and projects continue until midnight. The evening ends at Elliott Street Pub with iron fireworks from midnight until 12:45 a.m. Read more…

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ARTNET Magazine

2011.03.14

THE COLOR OF MEANING

by Adrian Dannatt

You meet the Spanish artist Alexandro Santana and you think, cripes, can he be for real? So handsome, so flamboyant, so seductive, so amusing — you’re not sure whether it’s intentional or inadvertent. And then you discover he is the son of a notorious Dominican admiral, that the tyrannical dictator Trujillo was best man at his parents’ wedding, that his mother was a fabled high-society beauty, that he grew up on battleships and estancias before going, inevitably, to Brown.

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ARTCARDS Review

2011.03.14

The Fame Monster

by Cielo Lutino on March 10, 2011


“El Triunfo De La Muerte” (courtesy Besharat Gallery)

In the early days of my nerdom, I used to stay up late before the book fairs my elementary school held, marking and then erasing, and then marking again which books I wanted to buy when the fair opened. Our teachers provided us beforehand with a catalogue of the books that would be at the fair, but my mother capped how much I could spend. It meant budgeting. I hated not being able to buy whatever I wanted, but the limitations made me appreciate all the more what my restricted dollars bought and what they could not. I would wander the stacks of books, learning titles I hadn’t known existed, and I would be grateful for my exposure to them; later I would look in the library for those I hadn’t been able to buy. Read more…

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“Maison Massoud”

2010.03.01

The Atlantan Magazine – March/April 2010

Maison Massoud

A peek into the loft/gallery of Castleberry’s new art czar reveals an aesthetic informed by exotic
globetrotting, classic good taste, and a pinch of provocation | By Nancy Staab | Photography by Sarah Dorio | Read more…

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European Salon at Besharat Gallery

2009.08.20

September 20, 2009, 6 p.m.
Besharat Gallery (Castleberry Hill) (Directions upon Reservation)
$15 members, $25 non members

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Step into a 1925 building with the art and flair of a European Salon. This evening in the Castleberry Hill Gallery where owner Massoud Besharat mixes business with pleasure, you will meet a collector whose calling card reads ‘Saint and Poet’. Read more…

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