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Muddy artist points up water crisis in Iran

A man in mud, Masoud Nikdel, brings his routine activities to a standstill to artistically say that water crisis is a serious problem in Iran.
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Paintings by Adolf Hitler on display in Tehran

The two watercolor paintings are estimated to be created in the first decade of the 20th century when Adolf Hitler was in Vienna.
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A $700,000 dining table on display at Milad Tower

An Iranian artist has put on show a dining table at Tehran’s Milad Tower which is priced at $700,000. The table has paintings which feature different periods of Iran’s history.
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Statue of peace, a journey from Persepolis to Rome and back (PHOTOS)

The Statue of Penelope unearthed in Persepolis along with its three Roman counterparts is on display at the Iranian National Museum.
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Chair exhibition (PHOTOS)

The chair exhibition which opened on September 25 runs for two weeks.
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Peace-themed artwork to be created by 2,000 individuals

Some 2,000 people should cooperate to create the peace-themed image and I think such unity for creation of art can be a symbol of peace by itself, Hosseinpour said.
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Restored Golden Palm unveiled in Tehran park

There is hope that the unveiling of the artwork can prompt a huge leap in economic and cultural relations between the two nations, Iranian deputy foreign minister said.
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Iran unveils new miniature paintings by Mahmoud Farshchian

Farshchian’s works have always been the most significant gifts I’ve ever offered to officials from other countries, Foreign Minister Zarif said during the unveiling ceremony.
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Iranian artworks on display at 2015 Art International Istanbul (PHOTOS)

The Istanbul art fair showcases paintings, a wooden sculpture, a collection of integrated artworks and a 3-part video by Iranian artists.
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National Sculpture Symposium in northwestern Iran (PHOTOS)

Some 30 sculptors compete at the 22-day Sculpture Symposium which opened in Tabriz on August 23.

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