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Golden Bee’s Invite for 9 Iranian Artists

Golden Bee’s Invite for 9 Iranian Artists Golden Bee’s Invite for 9 Iranian Artists

Golden Bee, Moscow's global biennale of graphic design has sent special invitations to nine Iranian artists for its Super Competition section.

Organized by the Golden Bee Fund and endorsed by Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), International Biennales Coordinating Committee and International Council of Design, the submission call for the biennale was made in February for its 2016 competition in posters and projects created between 2014 and 2016.

The biennale received 17,120 works from 88 countries, of which the National Pre-Selection Committee and the International Pre-Selection Online Jury selected 1,019 works to participate in the final exhibition, the reported.

Golden Bee's Super Competition section is for artists with works awarded in credible international festivals between 2014 and 2016. The special Iranian graphic designer invitees for this section are: Ahmad Allahyari for his poster 'I Am Not Your Puppet', Babak Bayrami for 'Think-Eat-Save for Hungry People', Homa Delvaray for 'Recycle Games', Farhad Fozouni for 'Higher a Bit', Elham Hemmat for 'My Hands Are the Only Shelter I Have', Maryam Khaleqi Yazdi for 'Help', Fatemeh Mohammadi for 'Saadi Shirazi', as well as Seyyed Mehdi Mousavi and Taha Zaker.

Selected works will become part of the Golden Bee 12 exhibition, scheduled for October 4-9 at the Central House of Artists in Moscow.

  Promoting Cultural Interaction

Golden Bee collects the best world achievements in graphic design. The biennial was established in 1992. The Moscow-based event is aimed at promoting and deepening international cultural interaction in the area of graphic design.

The biennale is aimed at achieving new horizons of creativity and reinforce the spiritual aspect of graphics.

For about two decades, graphic designers have referred to Golden Bee biennale to know the new trends in the world of graphic art. It is no exaggeration to say that Golden Bee has been the catalyst of many recent developments in visual culture.