Art

Painting, sculpture, installation, creativity – the latest news and stories from galleries and museums in Tehran and across Iran.

Kurdish Artist Buries His Sculpture of Renowned Poet

An Iranian-Kurdish sculptor buried a statue he had made of a famous Kurdish poet, after municipal officials refused to install it in the western...

Aydin Aghdashloo became a Knight in Silence

The French Embassy in Neauphle-le- Chateau Street in downtown Tehran on Jan. 12, 2016 played host to a ceremony awarding highest of the French government decoration, the Chevalier(Knight) to renowned Iranian Painter and art scholar Aydin Aghdashloo.

Iran Artists Forum signs MoU with Austrian counterpart

Iran Artists Forum signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Austrian House of Artists in a bid to promote cultural and artistic cooperation at the international level.
Morteza Pashaei

Tehran bids tearful farewell to pop singer Morteza Pashaei

A big, tearful funeral procession is held in Tehran for the famed Iranian musician, composer and pop singer, Morteza Pashaei.

The Reason behind the US Flags in Tehran Revealed

The raising of the Stars and Stripes next to an Iranian flag in a major street in Tehran has caught the attention of many,...
Ali Jannati

Culture minister condoles with nation on demise of pop singer

Ali Jannati has extended his heartfelt condolences on the untimely demise of Iranian pop singer Morteza Pasha’ie.

Paris’ Louvre director to visit Iran on Sat.

The director of the Paris’ Louvre museum, Jean-Luc Martinez, will arrive in Tehran on Sat. as a part of cultural exchanges and joint projects between Iran’s museums and their foreign counterparts facilitated by nuclear deal.

Turkey exhibits Islamic artworks by Iranian artists

The Turkish city of Istanbul has played host to an exhibition of Islamic artworks by Iranian artists, which are based on Persian calligraphy reflecting Safavid motifs.

Stuttgart Art Exhibit Explores Changing Life in Iran

An art show underway at IFA Gallery in the German city of Stuttgart explores many aspects of changing life in Iran, the Institute for Foreign Relations (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen – IFA) has announced.

The Iranian “Voices of The Earth” Are Heard in Japan

Two young Iranians received the top two awards at the 16th JQA  International Environmental Children's Drawing Contest, held in Japan, with 18,299 participants from 85 countries worldwide.

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