The director general of France’s Cité internationale des arts (International City of Arts) says Iranian artists have ranked sixth among 100 countries in this artist-in-residence building.
A young Iranian artist has turned a former dreadful drug hub in the Italian city of Milan into a gallery for displaying precious artworks.
An 86-year-old Iranian woman, who started painting all of a sudden two years ago, has put her paintings on display in an exhibition in the capital city of Tehran.
The fourth edition of an international photo expo titled “Khayyam 2016 International Exhibition of Photography” opened in the Iranian capital of Tehran on May 26, in a ceremony attended by FIAP officials.
Albanian artist Genti Tavanxhiu has won the first prize at the 8th Tehran International Sculpture Symposium for his 280cm-high limestone sculpture “Fragile”.
Two European sculptors taking part in the 8th Tehran International Sculpture Symposium, currently underway in the Iranian capital, have expressed satisfaction with the unique quality of the convention, calling it a wonderful event which is among the best ones worldwide.
A photo exhibition by Johan Bävman, titled “Swedish Dads”, was recently opened at the Iranian Artists Forum in Tehran in a ceremony attended by Sweden’s ambassador to Iran and a number of guests from the European state.
Works by four Iranian illustrators have been included in the catalogue of this year’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair, the biggest international trade show and book fair dedicated to children’s books, currently underway in Italy.
An exhibition of 163 artworks by the most sought-after Iranian, Arab and Turkish artists will be held in Dubai March 16-18, and then auctioned on March 18 at Christie’s upcoming sale of modern and contemporary art in the Middle East.
Year after year, the art galleries of Tehran become more prosperous. Iranian people are now more willing than ever to see art and buy gallery items.