Exhibition of Turkish Caricatures
Exhibition of Turkish Caricatures

Exhibition of Turkish Caricatures

Exhibition of Turkish Caricatures

Fifty caricatures and cartoons by Turkish caricaturists are on display at Abolfazl Aali Art Gallery in Tehran.
The group exhibition opened December 10 and will run for 10 days. It is organized on the sidelines of the 11th Tehran International Cartoon Biennial underway at Saba Cultural Institute, affiliated to the Iranian Academy of  Arts, Iran Student Correspondents Association (ISCA News), reported.
Accompanied by fellow caricaturists, Metin Peker, 67, head of the Association of Cartoonists in Turkey will travel to Tehran on December 13. He will attend the concluding ceremony of the biennial on December 15 at Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
Abolfazl Aali Gallery is near Hozeh Honari (Art Bureau), affiliated to the Islamic Development Organization, at the intersection of Hafez and Somayyeh streets. It is open from 9am to 7pm.


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