An exhibition of paintings by earthquake-hit children of Iran’s Kermanshah is being held in Sanandaj, Kurdistan Province.
Graffiti is referred to writings or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or painted illegally on a wall or other surface, often within public view.
Renowned Iranian painter and cartoonist Bozorgmehr Hosseinpour has used hundreds of nails provided by his fans to create an artwork on Universal Children’s Day.
Legendary Iranian vocalist, Shahram Nazeri, and the Kamkars, Iran’s leading Kurdish family music ensemble, joined together in a concert to raise funds for the victims of the deadly earthquake which shattered their homeland Kermanshah in western Iran.
A little known Iranian painter is trying to illustrate the loneliness of man in his single-colour wall paintings.
An exhibition showcasing works by Afghan artists has been underway in Tehran, drawing a considerable number of visitors.
Iranian and Italian officials have highlighted the necessity of working closer together in the fields of culture and art.
The first exhibition of visual artworks by Afghan artists is set to be held at Tehran’s Niavaran Cultural Centre.
Iranian artworks at the Christie’s sales of ‘Middle Eastern, Modern and Contemporary Art’ and ‘Art of the Islamic and Indian Worlds’ fetched high prices.
On the sidelines of the First Art Festival of Farsi-speakers in Europe, the solo exhibition of Iranian cartoonistPante’aVaeznia will be held with the theme of ‘Women's rights in Iran’.