Drawing Biennial
Art And Culture

Drawing Biennial

The 1st Drawing Biennial will display selected works at Tehran’s Laleh Gallery from May 27.
The exhibition will feature over 40 works by 29 young artists who have made it through the event during an earlier call issued by the organizers, the Persian art magazine ‘Tandis’ reported.
Organized by the Seasonal Contemporary Painters Magazine, the exhibit has two categories in painting and drawing that aim “to create a relationship between artists and audiences,” through the artworks.
The works to be displayed are selected by a jury after evaluation. Three artists selected as the winners will be awarded. In addition, three other artists will receive honorable mention.
Farnaz Falahat, Ali Babaei, Mehrnoush Moqaddas, Khadijeh Mohseni, Rouzbeh Dabiri, Zahra Dehqan, and Mehrdad Bayat are among the participant artists.
Providing relevant information, broadcasting news, promotion and extension of culture and modern art, identifying art talent and introducing them to the public are the aims of the organizers.
The show will receive visitors until June 6 at the gallery located next to Laleh Park in Fatemi Avenue.


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