• TEHRAN.(Iranart) –This year’s single-image contest looked at the concept of movement through a photographer’s lens in all aspects of life, showing change, development, movement, and growth, in physical, political, social, or artistic environments.

  • TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Iranian architect Parisa Manuchehri has won the Architecture MasterPrize (AMP) in Spain, the organizers have announced.

  • Nabshi Center in Tehran is the venue for a photography exhibition by Japanese photographer Kenro Izu until 1 November. The collection includes photos from his series Sacred Places, Still Life and Blue. Kenro Izu was born in Osaka, Japan. Izu moved to New York in 1970 to study photography, and subsequently decided to stay and work there. Since 1979, in addition to his well established commercial work, Izu began his serious professional commitment to his fine art photography, traveling the world to capture the sacred ancient stone monuments in their natural settings. The exhibition is inaugurated by Hossein Farmani's collaboration, and the artworks are part of the ceaseless treasure of the "Kashan Gallery".

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