American - Georgian Painter Tamaz Kh

By: Azad Karimi

My goal is to present a different reality that helps the viewer see a new, new world. Each drawing has its essence, many details, the viewer connects the dots and sees them as important.

 

Interview

American - Georgian Painter Tamaz Kh

By Azad Karimi

 

Mr.Tamaz Kh is founder and awner at Millenium glass of ny corp in New York city, The United states.

He is a painter and artist. He has wonderful opinions about art, viewer and audience.

I -as a writer of the introduction- believe in the separation between the viewer and the audience. Seeing a work of art does not mean being an audience. Seeing without thinking has no value or credibility. Therefore, the audience is someone who seeks to understand and comprehend. And understanding a work of art or literature means the ability to enter into the cultural aspects of man from ancient times to the present and that means understanding the beauty that is classed in the science of aesthetics.

And this knowledge is very important for civilized, advanced, and progressive nations. Therefore, the governments of these nations, by spending exorbitant costs in creating artistic disciplines and establishing prestigious art universities and hiring experienced staff, they try to raise the level of social consciousness by cultivating and educating cultured people because the economic prosperity and diplomatic popularity of a country are created by proper cultural planning and that means the science of politics and the science of law.

And yes! Aesthetics is the source of order in creation. In the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, we have disrupted this order because of the desires and aspirations arising from ideological ideals and aims.

*Hemn Sharafkandi*, the national poet of Kurdistan, wrote in one of her poems fifty years ago:

Whatever the beauty aspect,

I like it.

One day I love Miniskirt

And the next day I love Shada!

 

Miniskirt is the west symbol and Shada is the Kurd symbol. Shada is a very thin fabric for Kurdish women's clothing. It is worn around the head. This Kurdish libertarian poet believed in the relativity of the artistic point of view. This is very interesting because, in that period, Iranian poets and thinkers denied Western manifestations. For example, Forough Farrokhzad, the most famous Iranian woman poet who was a modern woman, mocked Western manifestations in Iran. She ridiculed Pepsi-Cola, a symbol of Western culture. Or Jalal Al-Ahmad, the writer, denies Western culture and says let's go back to ourselves!

 

This is interesting because they lived in Tehran and in comfort, but Hemn lived in exile and displacement for many years due to her cooperation with the Republic of Kurdistan in 1946.

 

How fortunate are the nations that are ruled by educated and wise people in political, economic, and cultural affairs. If this is not the case, a country will degenerate in a short period of time due to an incompetent and uneducated leader. Look at Saddam Hussein, the former dictator of Iraq: illiterate bully, look at the Shah of Iran: incompetent educated, look at the mullas of Iran: they did not go to university and they did not benefit from wisdom... And  Erdogan, the ruler of Turkey is an example of a disaster.

 

They all have one thing in common: they do not believe in wisdom, that is, they do not doubt their intellect. That is, they think that their perception of the phenomena around them is correct and complete. Therefore, their decisions are completely correct and without mistakes. Thus, stealing, looting, and destroying cultural symbols would be normal if it conflicted with their ideology.

So what is the sign of the destruction of the Aaruna Fire- Temple or the conversion of the Hagia Sophia Museum into a place of worship or the destruction of Hasn Kef and Godarz by building a dam?

I will deal with these soon, but please pay attention to the words of my dear friend Tamaz Kh and read our interview.

I wish him more success and happiness. God bless him and his country.

 

Thank you!

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1- Please present yourself (Name, education, Civil status and...)

 

2- What is your artistic specialize?

.What is the significance of art? How does it help unite the audience? What is the purpose of art? This is the question I ask the viewer when viewing my paintings. The importance of art for the artist you can see it in the form of the narration itself, and you have to observe the essence of each sample, live it for some time. Some of the paintings I have created in recent years reflect what has happened in the past Events; it creates a certain emotion and conveys a specific message. In my works of art I show different techniques using images of people and phenomena in nature.  

 

3- When and how did you become interested in this field of art?

.My style it’s a constant searching for depth, you have to feel it, you have to live together with these paintings. My art is called Surrealism. The viewer connects to the points and sees extremely important thing for himself. Exactly this is my secret message.’’ #TamazKh

 

4- Who was your motivator?

 

5- What was your parent’s reaction?

 

6- When started you such as a professional artist-painter?

.When did I start painting? When I was born I would probably talk that I could ask my parents for brushes and a pencil to draw a picture.

 

 

7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as an artist?

.For me art is everything, it’s great energy, inner world, soul and heart. During painting with the help of many colors and details I want to show you quite another reality. Taking the brush I immediately out of the contact with this world and going down somewhere to strange flow as if it is painted by itself. This process has fundamental interest for me. I let off the great energy but never become an empty, it is invariable renovated process.

 

8- How you see the view for art, painting and future of culture?

 

9- Can you become one part of the artistic-cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?

.My goal is to present a different reality that helps the viewer see a new, new world. Each drawing has its essence, many details, the viewer connects the dots and sees them as important..

 

10- How can you help our world become a better place to live?

.My art call surrealism the drawing process itself is also emotional for me; it brings me closer to myself and the viewer. It is my vision, the perception of the world, the ideas that bring me to the canvas. This can be compared to a writer who puts his ideas on paper

 

11- Have you more word to say or suggestion for our readers?

.My work always has a hidden message that every visitor wants to perceive in a unique way and in an organic way. (tamaz .kh...)

 

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