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Creative Artworks Made from Corn Leaves

An Iranian artist showcases her innovative works made of corn leaves

World Tour – 7000 Years of Iranian Art

The head of Iran’s Museum Administration Board spoke about exhibitions which will celebrate 7000 Years of Iranian Art, and will be held in Germany, Austria, France, Italy, India, Mexico, Singapore and the USA.

Meeting the Italian Artist who Writes Slogans on the Walls

These days, the street artist Luva Massironi - one of the pupils of the well-known visual artist Rammellzee, is a visiting guest at the 8thFadjr International Festival of Visual Arts.

Iran to create first carpet village

Chaleshtar in the central district of Shahrekord, the provincial capital of Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari, is going to be home to Iran's first carpet village, says the head of Carpet Department at the provincial Industries, Mines and Commerce Organization.

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.

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,...

The next poster of Fajr Festival might be designed by Stefan Bondy

Swiss Ambassador to Tehran during the opening ceremony of Stefan Bondy exhibition in Tehran said as I had promised in Iranian Artists’ House, I...

World’s largest portrait painting workshop

Portrait Painting workshop dubbed “Flight 464” was held here on Imam Hossein Square in Tehran, on Friday, to eternal the faces of those killed...

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.
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Iran takes back purchased artworks from US after nearly 40 years

Ten of the 14 pieces were drawn by late Michael Graves and the remaining four by Robert A. M. Stern, both highly acclaimed American architects.

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