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Acclaimed Artists Show Small Works
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Acclaimed Artists Show Small Works

Aria Art Gallery in Tehran launched a new exhibition on November 3, showcasing a collection of small works by celebrated Iranian artists. Paintings, drawings and manual prints in small dimensions are featured at the exhibit titled ‘Small Works, Great Masters,’ Honaronline reported. The pieces are created by renowned artists including multidisciplinary Iranian-Armenian artist, actor, curator and art collector Marcos Grigorian (1925-2007); Paris-based painter Abolqasem Saeedi, 91; Mosaic artist, illustrator and art collector Monir Farmanfarmaian, 93; painter and sculptor Bahman Mohasses (1931-2010); painter and sculptor Nasser Oveysi, 83, and landscape painter Davoud Emdadian (1944-2005). Other masters whose works are present are painter and pop artist Qasem Hajizadeh, 70; painter Shahla Habibi (1958-2017); and painter, graphic designer and writer Ali Akbar Sadeqi, 80, among others. The exhibit will run through November 21, from 10 am to 8 pm. Aria Gallery is located at No. 10, Zarrin Alley, Vali-e-Asr Avenue, north of Beheshti junction.

 

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