Poster of the biennial
Poster of the biennial

TMoCA Will Host Sculpture Biennial

TMoCA Will Host Sculpture Biennial

The 7th edition of Tehran National Sculpture Biennial is slated for September 5-October 22.
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art will host the biennial whose title and main theme is ‘Situation,’ Borna News Agency reported.
‘Situation’ was suggested by the secretariat of the biennial to encourage participants to localize their works and adapt them with three situations defined in the three sub-themes of ‘local situation’, ‘para-local situation’ and ‘introspective situation.’  
Works from 23 provinces have been submitted. Tehran has been the province with the highest contribution, next is Alborz and then Isfahan, followed by Mazandaran, Yazd, Fars and Khorasan Razavi respectively.
Tehran International Sculpture Biennial is organized under the auspices of the Tehran-based Association of Iranian Sculptors, Visual Arts Department of the Culture Ministry and the Institute for Promotion of Contemporary Visual Art, affiliated to TMoCA. The museum is located on Kargar Street, Keshavarz Blvd, Fatemi Street.

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