What differs the artist from other people is living in a way that does not see the world in that usual framework of looking. “Crookedness” is another way of looking that sees against the regular way. Although such way of dealing with canvas is not a new form of presenting the work, it can be said that it seems very appropriate, considering the time and context that the artist lives in and what he thinks about.
Breaking the framework into various frames had appeared much earlier in the works of abstract artists such as Frank Stella, which was also a rebellion against the accepted order in the art society of that period: the abstract expressionists. It is as if Bozormehr Hosseinpour’s “crookedness” has also found the time of this crushing in the present, but not in front of the artistic structure in the context of Iranian art history, but in a political and social context that is being transformed every moment. In this way, he breaks the framework into multiple frames that he finds appropriate to his time of living. He creates a rule in the irregularity and satirically presents a social report of a crooked situation, which with all its freshness of color and form, presents a dark and sad situation.