Although anti-Iran sanctions are removed as per the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, Tehran is still unsure whether to send some of its world-class artworks to Europe and display them in their museums.
A photo exhibition was held on Monday, July 18, in Negarestan Garden in Tehran to mark the birthday anniversary of Nelson Mandela, the South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist.
Iranian photographer Sara Mardani won the UNESCO international photo competition, which aimed to promote reading books and spread the message of tolerance.
A number of photographs taken by the internationally-acclaimed filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, who recently died in Paris, have been put on display since July 15...
Mahmoud Alkurd, a conceptual and fine art photographer, has portrayed the innocence of poor Palestinian children and their expectation for victory in his photographs and posters.
The Institute for Promotion of Contemporary Visual Art will soon hold a ‘$130 Art Sale’ in mid-September at the Iranian Artists’ Forum (IAF) in Tehran.
Suicide has become a new concern in many modern cities, as more people are resorting to killing themselves to end the misery of their lives. Psychologists and sociologists look at suicide from different angles, but none deny the costs it imposes on the mental and psychological security of city-dwellers.
Iran took part in the 21st architecture and design triennial in Milan, entitled '21st Century,' for the first time.
A former Iranian Young Cinema Society (IYCS) trainee has received a gold medal in the 3D Photography Prize, held by the Photographic Society of America.
Asghar Bichareh, perhaps the oldest photographer active in Iranian cinema, died on Saturday, June 11, in the US city of Los Angeles at the age of 89.