The gallery describes this dual exhibition as a “visual journey into narratives in the Golan Heights that touch upon memory, myths and daily life.” The theme, “Mist,” runs throughout the two artist’s work: “A white aura envelops most of (them).” Al-Halabi’s pieces, like this one, are photographs of daily life that the artist has treated using colors, lines, and Arabic letters.
Visually-impaired artist Maryam Heidarzadeh will hold her seventh solo painting exhibition entitled, ‘After All Those Regrets,’ in Tehran.
What’s in Tehran art galleries?
The Omicron viral strain has caused a lot of disruptions in travel, holiday gatherings, and entertainment. For the well-being of their visitors, the ‘Immersive Van Gogh’ exhibit in Las Vegas has been very careful when it comes to safety since it opened during the pandemic, and it has recently implemented additional safety measures.
Iran and China will display their stamps at a joint exhibition which will be held at the Post and Communications Museum in Tehran from January 10-14.
TEHRAN –(Iranart)- Visit the Negah Gallery to see some of the best paintings in town by contemporary Iranian artists that will run through until 3 October.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – Eshragh Cultural Centre hosted an exhibition dubbed 77 Paintings by 77 Children. The student program was sponsored by charity organisation N Like Nowruz.
TEHRAN. (Iranart) - Etemad Gallery has opened its doors to a painting exhibition by Aneh Mohammad Tatari until April 17.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – Gooya Gallery is hosting a calligraphy exhibition by Yadollah Kaboli until 11 December.
TEHRAN.(Iranart) – The first visual art exhibition from Afghanistan, titled Nimrouz, is underway at Niavaran Cultural Complex. Ali Moradkhani and representatives from Iran, Afghanistan and international organizations attended the opening ceremony in Gallery No. 1.