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.
The minister of culture and Islamic guidance and the president Rouhani’s chief of staff attended an opening ceremony of a poster exhibition dubbed “World Free of Violence”.
“One of my aims is to display the natural beauty of Brazil to its people,” said the Brazilian photographer whose photos have been put on display in Tehran.
The Statue of Penelope unearthed in Persepolis along with its three Roman counterparts is on display at the Iranian National Museum.
An Arts expert admits women have contributed a lot to the development of arts in post-revolution Iran.
As part of efforts to boost cultural ties, Tehran is to organize a cultural event in Tunis.
The Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance said, “The Government of Hassan Rouhani has tried to apply open-door legal policies to these fields, which prevent unnecessary objections.”
A photo taken by an Iranian photographer has been named as one of the 10 finalists of annual Photo Walk competition.
The longest-running art fair in Southeast Asia, the Art Expo Malaysia (AEM) has hosted the works by five Iranian artists.
Iranian graphic designer Majid Abbasi Farahani initiated an art project to draw world attention to children as the main victims of wars and regional conflicts.