A group art exhibition featuring works of talented Iranian painters has opened in Tehran, focusing on the human body as the main theme.

The exhibition, titled “Scattered”, opened in Vista Art Gallery in Tehran on Friday.

The curator of the exhibition says the paintings illustrate bodies of human being repelling away from each other and scattering in various individual, social and psychological conditions.

According to Behnam Kamrani, the exhibition features the works of emerging and less prominent artists who have displayed the human body as a common subject to reflect the complications of modern life.

The group exhibition will be open to public until October 15.

What follows are photos of the exhibition retrieved from Honar Online:

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