Organized by the Urban Art House (UAH), the event covers three different projects, including an art performance, an open exhibition of installations and fusion music.
As visitors walk into the open grounds of the venue, they come face to face with experimental sculptures and installations set in the green spaces. The materials used for the artworks are mostly ordinary things such as socks, cotton, wool, wire, scraps of paper and short pieces of hose.
The festivities include concerts of fusion music and a theatrical performance, with the event running until May 18. Below are some photos of some of the installation pieces set out in the grounds of the Niavaran Cultural Centre.
Text from the Financial Tribune, photos from HonarOnline.