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Back Book Title The Tale of Rafiee Ghani's Moroccan Journey

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The Tale of Rafiee Ghani's Moroccan Journey
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- Mulyadi Mahamood
- Malaysia
- ITBM-Institut Terjemahan & Buku Malaysia Berhad & Visioncy, Kuala Lumpur
- 9789674606770
- 2017
- xxxix, 132p.
- 348 gms.
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1. Artists – Malaysia 2. Arts, modern – 21st century – Morocco Rafiee Ghani merupakan salah seorang pelukis semi abstrak Malaysia yang paling konsisten dan telah mencipta nama di pentas seni tempatan dan antarabangsa. Dalam proses pengkaryaannya, perjalanan menjadi salah satu sumber inspirasinya yang paling signifikan, seperti kembara ke Maghribi yang telah menghasilkan karya-karya fotografi, lakaran, lukisan dan catan yang indah mengenai alam, warisan dan budaya yang kaya. Seperti pelukis-pelukis agung Perancis yang mengejar cahaya di Maghribi, perjalanan ke negara itu bagi Rafiee bukan sahaja menjadi katalis pengkaryaan, malahan mencerminkan suatu kegiatan memerhati, melakar, merakam keadaan sekeliling dan mencari diri. Buku The Tale of Rafiee Ghani’s Moroccan Journey ini menghimpunkan dan membincangkan karya-karya terbaik pelukis yang terhasil dari kunjungannya ke Maghribi serta membuktikan penyelidikan, perjalanan dan pengalaman peribadi amat penting dalam memperluaskan horizon kreativiti dan pengkaryaan seniman. Buku ini wajar dimiliki oleh para pelukis, pendidik, pelajar, pengumpul dan pencinta seni. Rafiee Ghani is one of Malaysia's most abstract semi-abstract artists and has created a name at the local and international art scene. In the course of its work, the journey became one of its most significant sources of inspiration, such as traveling to Morocco that has produced beautiful photography, sketches, paintings and paintings on richness of nature, heritage and culture. Like the great French painters who are pursuing light in Morocco, Rafiee travels to the country not only as a catalyst of works, but also reflects on a watching activity, drawing, capturing the surroundings and seeking oneself. The Tale of Rafiee Ghani's Moroccan Journey book gathers and discusses the best works of painters resulting from his visit to Morocco as well as proving research, travel and personal experience is crucial in expanding the horizons of creativity and artist's work. This book is reasonably owned by painters, educators, students, art collectors and art lovers.

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