Topsy-Turvy Paintings at Mah Gallery
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Topsy-Turvy Paintings at Mah Gallery

Artworks of the young artist Zahra Shafie is on display at a painting exhibition at Mah Art Gallery in Tehran.
Titled ‘Inversion’, it is Shafie’s fourth solo exhibit after two shows in Tehran in 2012 and 2015 and one in Brussels, Belgium last year, Galleryinfo.ir reported.
In all her paintings, the artist has depicted a topsy-turvy scene, such as the sky at the bottom and earth atop.
In a statement on her new style, the 31-year-old artist says, “Despite my desire for freedom, I feel topsy-turvy. Sometimes I am baffled in the midst of my world, a world that is a minute part of this gigantic existence.”
She has showcased her works at numerous group exhibitions in Tehran, Paris, Berlin, Brussels and Miami.
Born in Tehran, Shafie holds a bachelor’s degree in painting from Art College of Shahed University.
Enthusiasts can visit the exhibition until May 23 at the gallery located at No. 26, Golestan Blvd., Nelson Mandela Blvd. (Africa Avenue)


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