The Iranian miniature, which was recently registered by the UNESCO as a world heritage, includes a whole range of arts, including flower and bird painting, illustration with human themes, illumination, decoration of books with Islamic-themed miniatures, etc.
The 'Colourful Alley' is a project that seeks to breathe new life into the old alleys of the Iranian capital Tehran in collaboration with local residents.
Several Iranian artists will take part in the 2021 edition of Tokyo International Art Fair, which is to be held in March 2021.
The miniature art has officially been registered on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
A national ceramics exhibition has been opened in Niavaran Cultural Centre, north of Tehran.
The Moqaddam Museum in the Iranian capital, Tehran, is a tiled mansion dating back to the Qajar era.
The 10th Persbook Annual Contemporary Art Event is being held in the Iranian city of Kashan with works by 19 artists displayed in individual and collaborative sections.
Renowned Iranian artist Mahmoud Farshchian recounts how he painted his famous work of art which depicts Imam Reza, the eighth Shiite Imam.
Paintings and murals that decorate the walls of the Iranian capital are sometimes lost in the city’s hustle and bustle.
On the occasion of first decade of Muharram, the historical events of the Islamic month are narrated with three-dimensional lighting in Iran.