REREADING ISLAMIC IDENTITY IN CONTEMPORARY AFGHAN PAINTING (CASE STUDY: PAINTINGS OF THE LAST TWO DECADES)

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HASSAN ALI POURMAND
ALI ASGHAR FAHIMIFAR
HAMIDEH ANSARI

Abstract

The subject of the present study is the study of Islamic identity in contemporary painting in Afghanistan in the last two decades. Deals with coloring in contemporary works. Since these visual qualities play a role in the identity structure of painting, and contemporary painting, due to modern approaches, has a different shape and identity than its past; Therefore, this research seeks to answer these major questions: what kind of process and approach does painting have today in the way of expressing the subject and to what extent can the continuity of Islamic identity be observed in it? The results of this study show that despite many changes, Islamic identity due to the correlation of these components in contemporary works, which is somewhat derived from the Islamic approach of artists to art and is focused on Islamic thought, is still in painting. Contemporary. Finally, the theory that understanding the basics of ancient painting and modern approaches and the use of mediating keywords will have a significant effect on strengthening the identity of contemporary painting is supported by the research that in this regard there is a need for a deeper understanding of artistic values ​​in painting. The research method is descriptive-analytical and has been done by collecting information in a library method.

Keywords:
Islamic identity, contemporary painting, contemporary painting of Afghanistan

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POURMAND, H. A., FAHIMIFAR, A. A., & ANSARI, H. (2021). REREADING ISLAMIC IDENTITY IN CONTEMPORARY AFGHAN PAINTING (CASE STUDY: PAINTINGS OF THE LAST TWO DECADES). Asian Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Studies, 4(1), 40-57. Retrieved from https://www.ikprress.org/index.php/AJAHSS/article/view/6783
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