‘Nadja’, the most celebrated work by the outstanding French author André Breton and the first surrealist novel in the world which has been translated into Persian by Abbas Pejman, will be published.
A number of Iranian publishers and literary associations are slated to participate in the 66th edition of Frankfurt Book Fair 2014 in Germany.
Iranian photographer Gohar Dashti’s works have been showcased at the anti-war photo exhibition in France.
The 10th edition of ‘Passed Times of the Elderly’ a three-volume novel by the leading Iranian writer Mahmoud Dowlatabadi was published by Nashr-e Cheshmeh Publication institute.
In month of praying and fasting, Iranian local singers come to podium across the capital and the southern island of Kish.
Iranian animation ‘Mice City 2’ producer has said the movie was already produced to be shown on Eid al-Fitr.
A group of fabric designers have created a collection inspired by motifs used on pottery previously discovered at the 7500-year-old Sialk Tepe near the central Iranian city of Kashan.
A collection of photos depicting the 1980s Iran-Iraq war has been showcased during an exhibition mounted in Tehran’s Palestine Museum of Contemporary Art.
A group of Iranian composers and musicians will travel to Brazil to participate in a program intended to promote global peace through the World Cup.
Two Iranian ancient legends, ‘Chel Gis’ (Persian for ‘forty plaits of hair’) and ‘Bahram Gur’ (a Sasanian king) will be incorporated into a novel.