Photos From Dreamland
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Monday, February 26, 2018

Photos From Dreamland

Photographer Yasmin Ashkboos will hold a solo exhibit of her works to support the quake-stricken children of Kermanshah Province.
“The photo collection indeed is a very small gift to the quake-stricken children of Kermanshah who will get the proceeds from the exhibition,” Ashkboos said.
The western province of Kermanshah and the bordering regions were jolted by a 7.3 quake last November. It killed 500 people,  wounded thousands and displaced several  thousand others.
Titled ‘Something Like a Dream,’ the exhibit is slated for March 2-16 at e1 Gallery located at No. 1, Hamid Dead-end, Lesani Street, Elahieh neighborhood, according to Galleryinfo.ir.


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