An exhibition of Persian carpet making will be held in the Portuguese town of Mira de Aire this month.
The city of New York is hosting an immersive exhibition of art on the banks of the East River, projecting the masterpieces of the great post-impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh.
The Silk House is one of the most fantastic historical houses in the city of Tabriz in northeastern Iran.
International Federation of Photographic Art has awarded its plaque of appreciation to the Iranian photographer Mehdi Kazemi Boomeh for his photo, “The Sculpture”.
Teahouse paintings present an illustrated history of Iran, i.e., display historical events in the form of pictures.
A painting exhibition titled “Post-, Pre-Time” has opened in the Iranian capital, Tehran, showcasing works drawn with acrylic paint on canvas.
Iran’s first multimedia group exhibition on the non-fungible token (NFT) platform is underway in the capital city.
The Italian Embassy in Iran is working on a project called “From Tehran to Rome: A Journey through Art” which focuses the lives of Iranian and Italian artists who have a history of studying or working in any of the two countries.
These days, there is fear, more than ever, of Afghanistan reverting to what it was in the years from 1996 to 2001 when art and the artists’ right to survive was threatened.
A poster exhibition showcasing works by Iranian graphic designers is underway in Poland on the sidelines of the 27th Warsaw Poster Biennial.