When Azadeh Jafarian asked South African painter Gavin Jantjes to choose a piece for us to photograph in Sharjah Art Foundation Gallery 4, I expected it to be a distinctive African painting with people and references to African politics and culture. His creations are well-known throughout the world, and he has even participated in auctions at Sotheby's. Gavin, nevertheless, grabbed our hands and urged us to move. He showed us gallery 5 ...
The Dubai Biennale is now a dialogue scene of calligraphy in all eight official languages of the world thanks to calligraphy.
Oil and the Middle East are not equivalent. The Middle East's greatest resource is its outstanding human potential, which has been kept secret in the oil market for a long time.
Hossein Hashempoor : The sheikhs of the region acknowledged that oil and all ephemeral energies would ultimately run out, but the true oil well is a science-based icon, like art, that could enable a Salvator Mundi artwork worth 540 million dollars, which may now, five years afterward, have soared higher than the Burj Khalifa.
By providing various examples from the contemporary Middle East, Hossein Hashempoor, the editor-in-chief of the Iran Art website, argues that by showcasing both art and football, the world is given a good message.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) –The corona year unveiled to reveal the government's annual budget for art, not only does it play no role in the mass creation of artistic creations, but it also plays no role in restoring the living conditions of artists.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) –When the streets of Tehran are faced with the poverty of naming capable women, woe to other cities, some of which even refuse to allow women musicians to perform public concerts!!
TEHRAN – (Iranart)-God, we have rotted in your waste world, we wanted but not any days like these we see
TEHRAN –(Iranart) -The first and second buyers that both of them are well-known collectors recommended 8 billion and 100 then 8 billion and 200 but Mr. No.63 announced the psychological number of 10 billion in the first jump; look at the face of Hossein Pakdel, the auctioneer, he says excitedly and happily 'oh God'…' Let me come down'. Obviously, he does not expect this billion-dollar willow to continue any longer, but he continues the marathon in disbelief.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) –It was obvious that one day artists would take to the streets and hold a protest rally to voice their protest. Because they have been feeling for years that their voices are not being heard by the authorities who should be heard And who does not know how dangerous such a feeling is...