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Qasr al-Dashti, despite the wear and tear of the hip joint, which he has been suffering from for years, continued his serious activities since 1967 with the most severe physical pain and performed his works with difficulty, until finally in 1993, he ended his 26-year suffering with a surgery and an artificial joint. He fulfilled his own dream to work on both legs of the society.

He was teaching visual arts since 1975 until he opened his visual arts school in 1980.

In 1978, he spent two years in a specialized visual arts course with the professors of Tehran University of Art in Shiraz under the management of the Shiraz Department of Culture and Art, and he went to Europe with a delegation of artists for a visual arts research trip, and it became a turning point in his progress.

Then, with the advice of the head of the Tehran Institute of Visual Arts, he entered the Tehran University of Fine Arts and received an academic education in the field of sculpture.

Then he returned to his hometown and left his works and urban sculptures, including the statue of Khajovi Kermani at the entrance to the city of Shiraz (Qur'an Gate) and the fountain of Parse Square and several other works.

He migrated to England in 2008 to gain more experience in the field of sculpture and worked in a sculpture workshop in London and gained experience. Then he returned to his hometown at the end of 2011 and designed and executed many urban works.

In 1996, he designed and directed a performance that was the first in the world of art. This performance was performed with multiple senses, which until then no artist had created, which was created from the sense of sight, hearing, smell, and touch (cold, heat, and humidity). ) and used light to create it, which inspired the concept of creation to the audience Regarding this unique work, Dr. Reza Khodadai (art researcher) called this work the most unique performance art of the contemporary time and reviewed the work at Hafez Hall in Shiraz, and criticized the work and the meeting point of performance art.

Abdul Ali Qasr al-Dashti, a member of the Sculptors Association of Iran

Member of the first board of trustees of visual arts of Fars in 1980 Member of the Board of Directors of Fars Visual Arts Association in 2018

A member of the volume elements experts of Shiraz city beautification management

He has been the judge of several visual arts and sculpture festivals, including the judge of the first Shiraz International Sculpture Symposium

He has 48 national plaques of honor in the fields of sculpture and painting

He left many works in Iran and many other countries

In 1998, he was selected as the best sculptor among 15 international sculptors in the city of Nanjing, China, and he designed several large-scale works for the International Friendship Park in Nanjing.

Among the works of Hajj from his country

The statue of Makhtumughli Khan in the Museum of Visual Arts of Turkmenistan

Saadi statue in Nanjing, China

Creation panel (action pitting) in the Monaco museum

Works in the United Arab Emirates

Volumetric works in London

Volumetric works in Germany

The museums that housed his works are:

Pars Museum in Shiraz

Jahannama Garden Museum in Shiraz

Museum of Visual Arts of Turkmenistan (Ashgaabad)

NASA Cultural Museum

Private museum in Monaco

In these years, he left more than 60 works of urban sculptures and urban elements and designed 40 projects of urban elements and sculptures.

 

 

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