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Tehran Times - Iran's Leading International Daily

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    TEHRAN – Two Iranian organizations have jointly established a literary award named after the children’s writer Mehdi Azar Yazdi (1921-2009), the author of the Persian bestseller “Good Stories for Good Children”.

     
    The Children’s Book Council of Iran and the Mirza Mohammad Kazemeini Cultural Studies Office unveiled the award during a ceremony in Tehran on Wednesday.
     
    The awards are to be given annually to the best rewrites of Persian classic literature authored for children and young adults.
     
    A number of literati and cultural figures including Director of Children’s Book Council of Iran Nushafarin Ansari, and Persian literature expert and scholar of Islamic science Mehdi Mohaqqeq attended the ceremony.
     
    Speaking at the ceremony, Ansari said that Azar Yazdi was one of the founders of the council and spent most of his life in rewriting books for children.
     
    “Azar Yazdi knew the inner child of all of us and he was quite familiar with children’s characters, the combination of the two helped him create the very first rewrites of old Persian texts,” she added.
     
    Mohaqqeq next made a brief speech and emphasized that there needs to be a serious attempt to help introduce Persian scholars and luminaries to children.
     
    Azar Yazdi passed away at the age of 88 in Tehran in July 2009.
     
    His eight-volume stories “Good Stories for Good Children” earned him national fame.
     
    The collection provides children with access to the great works of classical Persian literature such as the Gulistan (The Rose Garden), the Masnavi-ye Manavi, the Marzban-Nameh, the Sinbadnameh, and selected stories from the Holy Quran and the life of the Prophet Muhammad (S) and his Household (AS).
     
    The collection won a UNESCO prize in 1966 and was selected as Iran’s book of the year in 1967. In addition, his “Adam” won the title in 1968.
        
    His credits also included “The Naughty Cat”, “The Playful Cat”, “Simple Stories”, “Poetry of Sugar and Honey” and “Masnavi of Good Children”.
     
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    TEHRAN -- Albert Camus’ play “The Misunderstanding” will be performed at the Se-Noqteh Theater in Tehran on July 21.
     
    Mohammad-Mehdi Shahi will direct the play, which will be performed by Farzaneh Zinati, Sahar Sotudeh and Yasmin Fahbod.
     
    Sometimes published as “Cross Purpose”, the play was written in 1943 in occupied France.
     
    It is about a man called Jan, who has been living overseas for many years. He returns home to find his sister and widowed mother are making a living by taking in lodgers and murdering them. 
     
    Since neither his sister nor his mother recognize him, he becomes a lodger himself without revealing his identity. Ultimately, his mother and sister kill him.
     
    Shahi is scheduled to play the role of Jan in the drama, which has been translated into Persian by Khashayar Deihimi. 
     
    Renowned Iranian writer and translator Jalal Ale-Ahmad translated the play into Persian for the first time in 1949, just six years after its French publication.
     
    MMS/YAW
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  • 07/12/14--08:17: What’s in art galleries
  • Installation 
     
    * An exhibition of installations by Peyman Sha’afi is currently underway at the Aan Gallery. 
     
    The exhibition runs until June 23 at the gallery located at 40 Seoul St. off Vanak Sq.
     
    * Installations by Niaz and Nesa Azadikhah are currently on display in an exhibition at the Jorjani Gallery.
     
    The exhibit runs until July 21 at the gallery located at 4 Khayyam St., off Vali-e Asr Ave.
     
     
    Painting 
     
    * An exhibit displaying paintings on the theme of animals by Shahram Entekhabi is currently underway at the Aran Gallery.
     
    The exhibition will continue until July 20 at the gallery, which can be found at 12 Dey Alley, off North Kheradmand St.
     
    * The Shirin gallery is playing host to two exhibitions of paintings by Iman Ebrahimpur and Hossein Qurchian.
     
    The exhibits run until July 15 at the gallery located at No. 9, 18th St. in the Velenjak neighborhood.
     
    * A group exhibition of paintings by Rashin Teimuri, Mahta Saqafi, Simin Jalilian and Shabnam Jahanshahi is underway at the Etemad Gallery.
     
    The exhibit runs until July 21 at the gallery located at 4 Bukan St. off Sadeqi Qomi St., near Yasser Square in the Niavaran neighborhood.
     
    * Paintings by Minu Emadi are on display in an exhibition at the Dastan Basement Gallery.
     
    The showcase runs until July 19 at the gallery, which can be found at 6 Bidar St., off Fereshteh Ave.
     
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    TEHRAN – The Iranian director Ramin Sayyardashti plans to stage a shadow theater based on a poem from “The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy”, a poem collection by renowned American director/writer Tim Burton.
     
    He will direct the play entitled “The Melancholy Birth of the Iron Boy” at the 15th Tehran International Puppet Theater Festival (Mobarak), which will be held from September 13 to 20.
     
    The poem has been dramatized by Sayyardashti and Nasim Ahmadpur.
     
    The play, which has a fantasy and grotesque atmosphere, features the relationship between modern human being and machines, Sayyardashti said in a press release on Friday.
     
    The play, which will be performed by puppets and actors, will target the adult audience, he added.
     
    Full of black humor, “The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories” was composed and illustrated by Burton in 1997.
     
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  • 07/12/14--08:23: Art news in brief
  • “The Rabbits” hits Iranian bookstores
     
    TEHRAN – A Persian translation of Australian children’s book writer John Marsden’s “The Rabbits” has been published in Iran.
     
    The book was translated into Persian by Masud Malekyari and was published by Afarinegan Publications.
     
    The Australian artist Shaun Tan illustrated the book, which depicts the consequences of the arrival of a group of rabbits from the viewpoint of Australian’s native animals.
     
     
    Iranian children enjoy “Mathematical Adventure”
     
    TEHRAN – “The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure” written by German children’s author Hans Magnus Enzensberger has been translated into Persian.
     
    The book, which was translated by Hamideh Jamshidiha, was published by the Qadyani Publications.
     
    The book follows a young boy named Robert, who is taught mathematics by a sly “number devil” called Teplotaxl over the course of twelve dreams.
     
     
    “Iranian Ninja” to compete in Mexican festival
     
    TEHRAN -- The Iranian documentary “Iranian Ninja” directed by Marjan Riyahi will compete in the Guanajuato International Film Festival, which will be held in Mexico from July 25 to August 3.
     
    The documentary chronicles the struggles of Khatereh Jalilzadeh in Tehran who teaches young girls how to twirl nun-chucks and launch dropkicks.
     
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    TEHRAN -- TripAdvisor, a U.S. travel website that provides directory information and reviews of travel-related content, has granted a Certificate of Excellence to the tomb of Hafez in the southern Iranian city of Shiraz, Fars Province.

     
    The official document is awarded to the historical site for its beautiful architecture, its impressive atmosphere and the good behavior of the staff, the director of the Fars Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism Department said in a press release on Friday.
     
    Mosayyeb Amiri added that a poll conducted by the website introduces Hafezieh (tomb of Hafez) as one of the top historical sites in the world.
     
    He said that the achievement has been gained only through the conscientious collaboration of the staff.
     
    Amiri expressed hope that Hafezieh and other historical sites across the province would attract more visitors.
     
    The world’s largest travel site contains over 150 million candid reviews, opinions, and photos of hotels, restaurants, attractions, and more all submitted by world travelers.
     
    RM/YAW
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    TEHRAN -- The Oscar-nominated Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi has strongly criticized international human rights organizations’ silence over the Israeli airstrikes on Gaza.

     
    “Down with and shame on these human rights organizations that are blind and mute about such overt oppression of a nation,” Majidi said in a statement published by some Persian news agencies on Saturday.
     
    “From their blind-eyed perspective, all the defenseless women and children who are being killed certainly must not be human,” he added.
     
    Elsewhere in the statement, Majidi said, “Let’s tell the people of Gaza that our bosoms are their shelters. [Let’s] tell them that the pictures of their children, who choked on their own blood, will be recorded in our historical memory and our hearts will remain full of hatred toward the Zionist occupiers and butchers forever.”
     
    Over 100 people, including women and children, have been killed in the Israel’s bombardment of Gaza, which has intensified over the past five days.
     
    Majidi has always been sensitive about what happening in the Islamic world. 
     
    In collaboration with a number of the world’s professionals, Majidi has recently completed the shooting of “Muhammad (S)”, a blockbuster about the Prophet of Islam in his childhood.
     
    The film is scheduled to premiere during autumn this year.
     
    MMS/YAW
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  • 07/13/14--06:57: Art news in brief
  • Iranian Artists Forum to hang works by Swiss painter
     
    TEHRAN – Paintings by the Swiss artist and social activist Simon Selbherr will be put on display in an exhibition at the Nami Gallery of the Iranian Artists Forum (IAF) in Tehran this afternoon.
     
    “I have traveled to Iran several times, but this is the first time that I will be holding a showcase in this country,” Selbherr said in a press release published by the IAF on Sunday.
     
    He said that the exhibition entitled “Hidden Line” is not merely a showcase of paintings, but also it is a cultural event to introduce the culture of Switzerland to the visitors.
     
     
    Australian festival screens “Hush… Girls Don’t Scream”
     
    TEHRAN – The Iranian film “Hush… Girls Don’t Scream” has been screened at the 17th Revelation-Perth International Film Festival in Australia.
     
    Directed by Puran Derakhshandeh, the film is about a young girl named Shirin who is supposed to get married in a couple of hours, but she unexpectedly murders a man. The cause of the crime is rooted in her nightmarish childhood.
     
    The ten-day festival ended on Sunday.
     
     
    Malaysian festival to display works by Iranian photojournalist 
     
    TEHRAN – A collection by Iranian photojournalist Fatemeh Behbudi will go on display at the Obscura Photo Festival, which will be held in Penang, Malaysia from August 11 to 31.
     
    Entitled “Mothers of Patience”, the collection features mothers of the Iranian soldiers martyred during the 1990-1998 Iran-Iraq war.
     
    A series of discussions and workshops are scheduled to be held at the festival, which is Malaysia’s premier photography event.
     
     
    Iranian House of Cinema condemns Israeli crimes in Gaza
     
    TEHRAN – The Iranian House of Cinema condemned the Israeli crimes in Gaza in a statement, which was published on Sunday.
     
    Over 100 people, including women and children, have been killed in Israel’s bombardment of Gaza over the past week.
     
    SB/YAW
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    TEHRAN – A number of Iranian Quran activists were honored by President Hassan Rouhani during a ceremony on Saturday evening.

     
    The ceremony took place in the Sacred Defense Garden Museum, where the 22nd International Holy Quran Exhibition is underway, Persian media reported on Sunday.
     
    Speaking at the ceremony, Rouhani called the Quran the major factor for the unity of the Muslims, and said that the life, manner and morality of the Prophet Muhammad (S) and his Household (AS) are the best examples of this unity.
     
    The Quran is the path of salvation for all Muslims and God has shown us His Grace by revealing such a Holy Book, he added.
     
    Rouhani expressed his gratitude to all the Quran activists who are striving to guide individuals, and said, “One of the great achievements of the Islamic Revolution is the closeness of our youth and their families with the Quran. The encouragements of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, have smoothed the path for the Quran activists”.
     
    “Besides all the Quranic activities, our major goal is to make the hearts of individuals familiar with the concepts of the Quran to use them throughout life,” he added.
     
    The presidents next handed the awards to the selected Quran activists.
     
    Following is the list of the honorees in various categories:
     
    Quran teaching: Hushing Baadpa, Abdorreza Abdollahzadeh
     
    Quranic research: Mohammad-Ali Lesani Fesharaki
     
    Quran recitation: Qasem Raziei
     
    Management of Quranic affairs: Nasrollah Chamran
     
    Quran memorization: Reza Abedinzadeh
     
    Quran calligraphy: Reza Valizadeh
     
    Restoration of Quran manuscripts: Ahmad Taleban
     
    Publication of the Quran: Ali-Akbar Sharifi
     
    Publication of Quranic books: Mehdi Molana
     
    Religious films: Manuchehr Mohammadi
     
    Quranic research and translation: Hojjatoleslam Hossein Ansarian 
     
    RM/YAW
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    TEHRAN -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has asked poets to preserve cultural identity.

     
    “Of course, the main function of a poem is to influence the minds and hearts of people, feeding them with food for thought,” the Leader said on Saturday night during a meeting with poets and literati, which is held on the eve of the birthday of Imam Hassan (AS) every year.
     
    “Like the great poets in the history of Persian literature, each poet has a duty to artistically influence the minds of their fans to enrich their solitude with the spirit of hope, joy, vibrancy and progress, and to strengthen these elements, which are the real identity of the people,” he added.
     
    “The cultural identity of a nation is composed of its cultural specifics and advantages, and poetry should preserve the national identity and purify it,” the Leader stated.
     
    Ayatollah Khamenei also pointed to the latest Israeli airstrikes on Gaza and said that poets should support the oppressed people and clarify the truth and what is right in their works.
     
    The Leader also hosted the literati for iftar, the evening meal for breaking the dawn-to-dusk daily fast during the month of Ramadan.
     
    Afterwards, a group of poets read their latest works during the meeting, which was also attended by a number of Persian-speaking poets from Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India and Russia.
     
    MMS/YAW
    END

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  • 07/14/14--08:01: Art news in brief
  • Strindberg’s “The Father” welcomed in Iran
     
    TEHRAN – The second edition of a Persian translation of “The Father” written by Swedish playwright and author August Strindberg has been published in Iran.
     
    The play is about Captain Adolph, an officer in the calvary, and his wife, Laura, who have a disagreement regarding the education of their daughter, Bertha.
     
    Translated by Javad Atefeh into Persian, the book was which was released by Afraz Publications.
     
     
    Doc on Iran-Iraq war premieres in Tehran  
     
    TEHRAN – A documentary on the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war will premiere today at Tehran’s Sureh Hall.
     
    Entitled “War Room”, the film was directed by Mostafa Hariri.
     
    The documentary includes interviews with several political figures including Chairman of Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and President Hassan Rouhani.
     
    SB/YAW
    END

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    TEHRAN -- A theater troupe, directed by Mohammad Rahmanian, performed a reading of “Memoirs of the Actor in a Supporting Role” at the Niavaran Cultural Center on Sunday night.
     
    The play has been written by Bahram Beizaii, the prominent Iranian director and playwright who lives in the United States.
     
    “Beizaii said hello to all of you and wishes you good health and happiness,” said Rahmanian addressing the audience before the beginning of the reading performance.
     
    Ali Omrani, Mahtab Nasirpur, Ashkan Khatibi, Ali Sarabi, Hooman Barqnavard, Ramin Nasser-Nasir, Bahram Ebrahimi and Maral Bani-Adam were among the cast of the play.
     
    Harmonica player Babak Safarnejad and percussionist Saber Jafari accompanied the troupe with live music.
     
    The play, which was published in 1981 in Iran, tells the story of two village men who move to Tehran to start a new life. They meet a woman called Belqeys who offers them work as mercenaries for some officials in different political and social situations. 
     
    SB/YAW
    END

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    TEHRAN -- A group of Persian-language poets and literati from several countries attended the 1st International Conference of Persian Language Poets held in Tehran and Isfahan from July 12 to 14.
     
    Poets from Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India and Russia attended the meeting of poets and literati with Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Saturday evening.
     
    They next gathered in Isfahan Sureh Art and Cultural Complex on Sunday where they recited a selection of their poetry, Art Bureau’s Song Department director Saeid Biabanaki said on Monday.
     
    Tehran’s Art Bureau also hosted the literati on the last day of the conference, he added.
     
    Persian-language poets and literati came together to reinforce the Persian language and keep in touch with more Persians-speaking poets, he said.
     
    Biabanaki added that poetry has helped preserve the Persian language in the countries neighboring Iran.
     
    RM/YAW
    END
     

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    TEHRAN – A 3D collection by the Paris-based Iranian master of minimal art Peyman Sha’afi is on display in an exhibit at Tehran’s Aun Gallery.

     
    A selection of 10 paintings created on 3D canvases in different geometrical shapes went on show in the exhibit, which opened on Friday, the gallery announced in a press release.
     
    These unusual canvases are sometimes as much as 10 to 5 centimeters high sticking out from the background to convey the message of the artist.  
     
    “I like to show dimension in my works, and I have been working on this new style for about two years,” Sha’afi said.
     
    Colors enjoy a special position in this collection. To be innovative, “One needs a lot of practice to learn how to arrange different tonalities of colors in a series. I use the colors based on my feelings. Metallic colors are also used in my works to give a shiny appearance to my works,” he said.
     
     
    Sha’afi also has a collection of 3D works bearing calligraphy paintings. “But in my new collection, there are no signs of calligraphy, and only colors dominate.”
     
    There is a high interest in minimal art in the world, he said, adding that while Iranians prefer the decorative patterns of Iranian paintings, displaying minimal arts can help attract more visitors to Iran.
     
    Born in 1974, Peyman Sha’afi started his work from traditional calligraphy. He is skilled in writing nastaliq and other styles of calligraphy and makes use of them in his abstract paintings.
     
    Sha’afi has held several solo exhibits and has attended many group exhibits in Iran.
     
    The exhibition runs until June 23 at the gallery located at 40 Seoul St. off Vanak Sq.
     
    RM/YAW
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    TEHRAN -- Iranian filmmaker Majid Movasseqi recently completed shooting a documentary about an emerging quartet of young rappers in Kabul.

     
    During his visit to Kabul in early July, he stumbled upon the band as they were rehearsing to perform on Afghan Star, a pirated version of the British TV music competition Pop Idol, Movasseqi told the Tehran Times on Monday.
     
    They asked Movesseiqi not to reveal the English name they tentatively have selected for their band.
     
    “All members of the band were raised in Iran,” he said.
     
    “They are children of Afghan emigrants in Iran. Despite all the problems the Taliban created in Afghanistan, they have now returned to their homeland to start a career in music,” he added.
     
    “They reflect their problems in their songs,” he stated.
     
    According to Movasseqi, a number of Iranian musicians provided invaluable help to the members of the band.
     
    The shooting of the documentary, which is still untitled, was completed with the help of Afghan cinematographer Mohammad Javid and lyricist Morteza Javid.
     
    He was in the Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif from June 24 until July 1 to hold workshops on filmmaking and movie analysis by invitation of the Social Association of Afghan Journalists in North of Afghanistan (SAJNA).
     
    MMS/YAW
    END

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    TEHRAN -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has asked poets to preserve cultural identity.

     
    “Of course, the main function of a poem is to influence the minds and hearts of people, feeding them with food for thought,” the Leader said on Saturday night during a meeting with poets and literati, which is held on the eve of the birthday of Imam Hassan (AS) every year.
     
    “Like the great poets in the history of Persian literature, each poet has a duty to artistically influence the minds of their fans to enrich their solitude with the spirit of hope, joy, vibrancy and progress, and to strengthen these elements, which are the real identity of the people,” he added.
     
    “The cultural identity of a nation is composed of its cultural specifics and advantages, and poetry should preserve the national identity and purify it,” the Leader stated.
     
    Ayatollah Khamenei also pointed to the latest Israeli airstrikes on Gaza and said that poets should support the oppressed people and clarify the truth and what is right in their works.
     
    The Leader also hosted the literati for iftar, the evening meal for breaking the dawn-to-dusk daily fast during the month of Ramadan.
     
    Afterwards, a group of poets read their latest works during the meeting, which was also attended by a number of Persian-speaking poets from Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India and Russia.
     
    MMS/YAW
    END

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  • 07/14/14--08:01: Art news in brief
  • Strindberg’s “The Father” welcomed in Iran
     
    TEHRAN – The second edition of a Persian translation of “The Father” written by Swedish playwright and author August Strindberg has been published in Iran.
     
    The play is about Captain Adolph, an officer in the calvary, and his wife, Laura, who have a disagreement regarding the education of their daughter, Bertha.
     
    Translated by Javad Atefeh into Persian, the book was which was released by Afraz Publications.
     
     
    Doc on Iran-Iraq war premieres in Tehran  
     
    TEHRAN – A documentary on the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war will premiere today at Tehran’s Sureh Hall.
     
    Entitled “War Room”, the film was directed by Mostafa Hariri.
     
    The documentary includes interviews with several political figures including Chairman of Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and President Hassan Rouhani.
     
    SB/YAW
    END

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    TEHRAN -- A theater troupe, directed by Mohammad Rahmanian, performed a reading of “Memoirs of the Actor in a Supporting Role” at the Niavaran Cultural Center on Sunday night.
     
    The play has been written by Bahram Beizaii, the prominent Iranian director and playwright who lives in the United States.
     
    “Beizaii said hello to all of you and wishes you good health and happiness,” said Rahmanian addressing the audience before the beginning of the reading performance.
     
    Ali Omrani, Mahtab Nasirpur, Ashkan Khatibi, Ali Sarabi, Hooman Barqnavard, Ramin Nasser-Nasir, Bahram Ebrahimi and Maral Bani-Adam were among the cast of the play.
     
    Harmonica player Babak Safarnejad and percussionist Saber Jafari accompanied the troupe with live music.
     
    The play, which was published in 1981 in Iran, tells the story of two village men who move to Tehran to start a new life. They meet a woman called Belqeys who offers them work as mercenaries for some officials in different political and social situations. 
     
    SB/YAW
    END

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    TEHRAN -- A group of Persian-language poets and literati from several countries attended the 1st International Conference of Persian Language Poets held in Tehran and Isfahan from July 12 to 14.
     
    Poets from Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India and Russia attended the meeting of poets and literati with Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Saturday evening.
     
    They next gathered in Isfahan Sureh Art and Cultural Complex on Sunday where they recited a selection of their poetry, Art Bureau’s Song Department director Saeid Biabanaki said on Monday.
     
    Tehran’s Art Bureau also hosted the literati on the last day of the conference, he added.
     
    Persian-language poets and literati came together to reinforce the Persian language and keep in touch with more Persians-speaking poets, he said.
     
    Biabanaki added that poetry has helped preserve the Persian language in the countries neighboring Iran.
     
    RM/YAW
    END
     

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    TEHRAN – A 3D collection by the Paris-based Iranian master of minimal art Peyman Sha’afi is on display in an exhibit at Tehran’s Aun Gallery.

     
    A selection of 10 paintings created on 3D canvases in different geometrical shapes went on show in the exhibit, which opened on Friday, the gallery announced in a press release.
     
    These unusual canvases are sometimes as much as 10 to 5 centimeters high sticking out from the background to convey the message of the artist.  
     
    “I like to show dimension in my works, and I have been working on this new style for about two years,” Sha’afi said.
     
    Colors enjoy a special position in this collection. To be innovative, “One needs a lot of practice to learn how to arrange different tonalities of colors in a series. I use the colors based on my feelings. Metallic colors are also used in my works to give a shiny appearance to my works,” he said.
     
     
    Sha’afi also has a collection of 3D works bearing calligraphy paintings. “But in my new collection, there are no signs of calligraphy, and only colors dominate.”
     
    There is a high interest in minimal art in the world, he said, adding that while Iranians prefer the decorative patterns of Iranian paintings, displaying minimal arts can help attract more visitors to Iran.
     
    Born in 1974, Peyman Sha’afi started his work from traditional calligraphy. He is skilled in writing nastaliq and other styles of calligraphy and makes use of them in his abstract paintings.
     
    Sha’afi has held several solo exhibits and has attended many group exhibits in Iran.
     
    The exhibition runs until June 23 at the gallery located at 40 Seoul St. off Vanak Sq.
     
    RM/YAW
    END

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