In the 13th year of Mojdeh Art Gallery's collaboration with Manouchehr Niazi, which coincided with the artist's 60th year of professional activity, a book of selected artworks by Manouchehr Niazi was launched in the Imam Ali Museum of Arts in collaboration with the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts and an exhibition of his artworks was held in this museum.
By looking at the arrangement of Manouchehr Niazi's artworks from the past to the present day, one can understand and study the connecting threads between his works. Niazi's paintings have an unbreakable and two-way connection with music and nature, so that the interpretation and analysis of his works requires parallel reading with classical music. In fact, with his love for music, he has turned nature into "imaginative" and "illusory" images of nature and man, which makes his audience's imagination fly in a space that oscillates between realism and romanticism, and sometimes reckless leaps into an abstract atmosphere, drives the motivation of the audience towards pure music.
The elements of nature from the roots of trees, forests, rural villages and sometimes people who hide and openly walk among the trees and thick forests, are all excuses in the hands of the painter to find a visual expression from the transition of rhythms and sounds. Sometimes these rhythms interfered with today's modern and machine life and the confusion of contemporary man, it has created a newer composition and expression in his later works. The identities of the people lined up in these works represent a sad narrative of "placelessness" and "divigation".
Seeking did not make him limited and fixed to boring repetition, and his liberation did not deprive him of experimenting in using different techniques, especially collage.