آناهیتا (فاطمه) ابوترابی
متولد ۱۳۵۷ – نیشابور
Anahit (Fatemeh) Aboutorabi
Born 1357 (1978) – Neyshabour

دیپلم ادبیات

لیسانس گرافیک از دانشکده فنی شریعتی تهران

عضو انجمن نقاشان ایران

عضو موسسه توسعه هنرهای تجسمی

مدرس هنرستانهای هنر ۱۳۷۶-۱۳۸۶

پذیرفته شده در مقطع کارشناسی ارشد دانشگاه آزاد- تهران مرکز ۱۳۹۷

High School Diploma in Literature

Bachelor of Arts in Graphics – Shariati Technical College

Member of Institute for the Expansion of Visual Arts

Art Tutor – Art schools  (1997-2007)

سوابق نمایشگاهی

نمایشگاه گروهی صد اثر-گالری گلستان- ۱۳۹۵

نمایشگاه گروهی هفت نگاه- نیاوران- ۱۳۹۵

نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی برج میلاد- ۱۳۹۵

نمایشگاه انفرادی – نیشابور- ۱۳۹۵

نمایشگاه گروهی گالری نهاوند- ۱۳۹۵

نمایشگاه نقاشی راه ابریشم-ایتالیا- April 2017

نمایشگاه گروهی ایتالیا July 2017

نمایشگاه گروهی صد اثر- گالری گلستان ۱۳۹۶

نمایشگاه گروهی لاله ۱۳۹۶

نمایشگاه انفرادی گالری گلستان ۱۳۹۷

نمایشگاه صد اثر صد هنرمند ۱۳۹۷

نمایشگاه گروهی  گالری ایده ۱۳۹۷

نمایشگاه گروهی خط سفید ۱۳۹۷

نمایشگاه گروهی هنر تجسمی فرهنگستان صبا ۱۳۹۷

نمایشگاه صد اثر صد هنرمند مرداد ۱۳۹۸

نمایشگاه انفرادی – گالری گلستان-  آذر۱۳۹۸

نمایشگاه گروهی دعوت -۱۳۹۹

نمایشگاه گروهی قاب‌های کوچک ۱۳۹۹

نمایشگاه گروهی گالری بینش اسفند ۱۴۰۰

نمایشگاه انفرادی آرت گالری نیویورک اپریل ۲۰۲۲

نمایشگاه انفرادی گالری سهراب مرداد۱۴۰۱

Artistic Activities & Exhibitions

Golestan Gallery – 100 Painting by 100 Artists – Collective Exhibition – (2016)

Niavaran Cultural Centre – Seven Visions – Collective Exhibition –  (2016)

Milad Tower Exhibition – Collective Exhibition – 1395 (2016)

Neyshabour Exhibition – Private Collection – 1395 (2016)

Nehavand Gallery – Collective Exhibition – 1395 (2016)

Silk Road Contemporary Arts Exhibition – Collective Exhibition – Spontini, Italy April 2017

Group Exhibition in Italy – Italy July 2017

Golestan Gallery – 100 Painting by 100 Artists – Collective Exhibition – (2017)

Laleh Gallery – Group Exhibition –  (2017)

Golestan Gallery – Private Collection –  (2018)

100 Works 100 Artists Exhibition – (2018)

Ideh Gallery – Group Exhibition – (2018)

Khat-e-Sefid Group Exhibition –  (2018)

Saba Visual Arts Academy – Group Exhibition – (2018)

100 Works 100 Artists Exhibition – (August 2019)

Golestan Gallery – Private collection –  (December 2019)

Art center Gallery-(2020)-Group Exhibition

Shokoh Art Gallery-(2020)- Group Exhibition

Binesh Art Gallery-(2022)- Group Exhibition

NY Art gallery s-2022

Sohrab artgallery -solo -2022

About my work, my thoughts and my style of art

Art has always been an indispensible part of my life. It played a major role in my childhood when my thoughts were being shaped and formed by my surroundings and later in life when I chose my art as my main occupation. My road has been a tumultuous journey in discovering myself. This is the road which I am sure many artists will travel along before settling to what they believe is their true themselves. And now here I am. My works can be considered a living representation of the people around me. Each piece has a clear and distinct personality just like any individual in the real world. Each work has its own story to tell; stories that may be thought about and discussed for days.  Each work includes hints of events and the drama of life as they came to this world and how they lived. The purity of colour is more emphasized in some works and that in my view is not only an aesthetic distinction but also a purposeful formality. I used watercolour as my artistic medium for many years. This was for its natural transparency that acted as a conduit for my own mental and physical connection. In my view the truth-telling transparency of water colour is so strong and powerful that if I was not going to be straightforward with it, the Critics have often pointed out the significance of colour, and choice of lines, broken likes or shades and forms in my work. For me, colours and lines have special significance. Lines come alive when they form shapes. I place special emphasis on specific spaces at times and lines appear to somehow take a differentiating meaning in my works. In some of my works the red line takes the form of my conscious self. It becomes a symbol of my identity and an authoritative representative of my self.
The world outside is often chaotic for me. I try to give this chaos, disorder and disharmony, some new order in my world. This interpretation is a conscious or unconscious Kant like take of the real world events. This way, through the consequences of post Kant interpretations, I struggle with this anomaly in order to offer my interpretation of the real world. This world, the purpose of which is unclear to me, is an undisciplined patchwork of non disharmony that gets connected together through dotted lines that locks them together. The other side of these dotted lines is a conceptual sign connecting the non coherent elements of the outside world which become homogenous and coherent cohabitants in my works. This connection does not have a specific meaning to me and are only shapes and forms which hand in hand hold their visual structure and avoid being in suspense.