The exhibition is a valuable cultural initiative to promote peace and to counter war and violence, Abbas Araghchi, a deputy foreign minister, said.
Azimi says he found it too challenging to put up with the difficult conditions at first, but with every passing day, he got better at using his toes to write and draw.
The exhibition, which opened at Niavaran Cultural Center on August 16, will run through August 25.
The Turkish city of Istanbul has played host to an exhibition of Islamic artworks by Iranian artists, which are based on Persian calligraphy reflecting Safavid motifs.
A group of Artists has transcribed part of the holy Koran and Islamic Hadiths in the fasting month of Ramadan.
Images of the largest water color workshop in the country featuring a 10-by-1 meter image of the capital in water color.
The total revenue of the sales added up to over $6.4 million.
Snapshots of the 2nd live painting-the-music performance which brought a painter and a musician together to create improvised paintings with music as a source of inspiration.
An International Festival of Creativity and Innovation in Islamic Arts and Handicrafts has been held in the northwestern city of Tabriz.
Over 700 artistic works from Iran and other countries have appeared on Tehran billboards to turn the capital into the world’s largest art gallery ever.