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Tehran Times - Iran's Leading International Daily

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    TEHRAN – Two Iranian documentaries about the uprisings that hit Arab countries over the past five years will compete in the 10th Kazan International Festival of Muslim Cinema, which will be held from September 5 to 11 in Tatarestan.
     
    The documentaries are “Eyes” directed by Mohammadreza Fartusi and “Cinema Awakening” by Habib Bavi-Sajed.
     
    “Eyes” chronicles the Yemen uprising by interviewing the young Yemeni war photographer Nadia Abdullah, who witnesses the revolutionary days of her country.
     
    Algeria, Jordan, Egypt and Yemen are the Arab countries, which followed the wave of unrest in Tunisia in December 2010. 
     
    The other documentary “Cinema Awakening” explores the impact of cinema on revolutions in Arab countries. The documentary includes several interviews with Arab cineastes.
     
    Both of the films are produced by Art Bureau of Iran’s Islamic Ideology Dissemination Organization.
     
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  • 08/05/14--10:37: Art news in brief
  • Tehran conference to scrutinize intellectual exchange between Iranians and Ottomans
     
    TEHRAN -- Thought connections between Iran and the Ottoman Empire are scheduled to be discussed at a conference, which will be held in Tehran during February 2015.
     
    The two-day meeting, which will open on February 18, will be organized by the Research Center for Islamic History.
     
    The center has asked scholars to send their articles to iranosmani@pte.ac.ir before the deadline of October 22  
     
     
    Parishad to perform at Niavaran center
     
    TEHRAN – Parishad, all-female Iranian ensemble, will perform at the Niavaran Cultural Center on August 9.
     
    The ensemble will perform some classic pieces for female audiences during the concert, the leader of the ensemble Parichehr Khalvati said.
     
     
    Foreign troupes line up for Hamedan theater festival 
     
    TEHRAN – Theater troupes from over 30 countries have applied to participate in the 21st International Theater Festival for Children and Young Adults in Hamedan.
     
    Six theaters in the Iranian city will host performances by Iranians and performers from other countries during the festival, which will be held from October 7 to 15.
     
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    TEHRAN -- Over 2500 ancient inscriptions, which were previously discovered in Susa, have been translated, Iranian expert Abdolmajid Arfaei said on Tuesday.

     
    The 75-year-old expert on the Avestan, Pahlavi and Elamite languages was assigned in early June to decipher the brick and stone inscriptions, which are kept at the Shush Castle near Susa, the capital of ancient Elam in the southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan.
     
    Arfaei, who is a graduate of the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, is currently working on a collection of about 2300 other inscriptions at the castle, he told the Persian service of IRNA.
     
    The inscriptions will be registered and classified with the previous collection, he said.
     
    Most of the clay inscriptions had been used in the construction of some Elamite temples, he added.
     
    According to Arfaei, the most ancient inscription of the collection dates back to 2250 BC.
     
    Deciphering the ancient inscriptions is part of the obligations Iran must fulfill to convince UNESCO to register the site on its World Heritage List, the Khuzestan Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Department previously announced.
     
    The Code of Hammurabi, a stele bearing the most complete and perfect extant collection of Babylonian laws developed during the reign of Hammurabi (1792–1750 BC), was discovered near the castle in 1901 by French Orientalist Jean-Vincent Scheil. It is now preserved in the Louvre.  
     
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    TEHRAN – Paintings by a group of veteran Iranian modern artists will be put on display in an exhibition at Tehran’s Mojdeh Gallery on Friday.

     
    Works by 29 artists, who have had major roles in influential movements in Iran’s contemporary art, have been selected for the exhibit, curator Mojdeh Tabatabaii said in a press release on Tuesday. 
     
    Works by Sohrab Sepehri, Hossein Zendehrudi, Parviz Kalantari, Gholamhossein Nami, Qobad Shiva, Ahmad Esfandiari and Farideh Lashaii are seen among the selected works, she said.
     
    The collection contains different styles of paintings, such as figurative, naturalism and surrealism, that have been created with other different techniques. 
     
    Tabatabaii also added that the artworks will be offered at reasonable prices providing the facility for people from all walks of life who would like to have artwork in their homes.
     
    The exhibit will be running for 10 days in the gallery, which is located on 18th St., North Allameh, in the Sadatabad neighborhood. 
     
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  • 08/06/14--08:19: Art news in brief
  • Guitarist Lili Afshar to give concerts in Tehran 
    TEHRAN – The renowned guitarist Afshar will perform recitals at Tehran’s Niavaran Cultural Center on August 9 and 10.
     
    She will perform pieces composed by contemporary and classical musicians including Leo Brouwer, Bach and Isaac Albéniz.






     
    Cambodian festival to screen “Don’t Be Tired!”
    TEHRAN – The Iranian drama “Don’t Be Tired!” will compete in the Phnom Penh International Film Festival, which will be held from September 12 to 21.
    Directed by Afshin Hashemi and Mohsen Qaraii, the film is about a tourist couple who faces several problems during their visit to Iran.











     
    Moscow to host Iran’s International Resistance Film Festival
     
    TEHRAN – The 13th International Resistance Film Festival will be held in Moscow simultaneous with that of Tehran, which has been set for late September.
     
    The organizers of the festival are currently negotiating with other countries to host the event, an official of the festival, Reza Rastegar, said in a press release on Wednesday.
     


     
    Iranian children coming together to protest against Israeli war in Gaza
    TEHRAN -- Iranian children will hold a gathering in front of the United Nations office in Tehran to protest against the Israeli war in Gaza today at 11 a.m.
     
     
    The gathering has been organized by Iran’s Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults.
     
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    TEHRAN – Iran Cinema Organization (ICO) Director Hojjatollah Ayyubi has said that Iran is ready to dedicate a day to screening films from the Philippines during the 33rd Fajr International Film Festival, which will be held in Tehran during February.
     
    He made the remarks during a meeting on Tuesday with Philippine Ambassador to Iran Eduardo Martin Menez, the ICO announced in a press release on Wednesday.
     
    “Iran enjoys a big cinema and that is why the Iran Cinema Organization is big as well,” Ayyubi said.
     
    The organization covers several other foundations and associations such as the Farabi Cinema Foundation, which supports film productions, and the Iranian Young Cinema Society (IYCS), which trains young filmmakers, Ayyubi explained.
     
    He also said that several festivals are being held across the country, adding that Filipino filmmakers will be encouraged to attend the festivals so they will be more familiar with events in Iran.
     
    The cinema of the Philippines is not well known in Iran, Ayyubi said, “Iran and the Philippines enjoy many commonalities and the cinema of Iran can replace the cinema of the United States and Europe in the Philippines.”
     
    Iranian filmmakers are also willing to attend the cinematic events in the Philippines. “Holding film weeks in both countries can help promote the cinema of the two countries, Ayyubi added.
     
    Eduardo Martin Menez next explained that most of the films in his country are low-budget films and that politicians of his county are interested in cinema.
     
    He also proposed to hold the cinema day in Iran to mark the 50th anniversary of Iran-Philippines relations.
     
    Bilateral ties between the cineastes of both countries were also discussed during the meeting.
     
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    TEHRAN -- Iranian director Qorban Mohammadpur plans to hire Aishwarya Rai, one of Bollywood’s highest-paid actresses, for his new project entitled “Hello Bombay”.
     
    Mohammadpur, Iranian superstar Mohammadreza Golzar, who will costar with Rai in the film project, producer Hassan Dadkhah, and the production manager of the project are scheduled to meet Rai and her advisor Amitabh Bachchan in India late August to negotiate a contract with her.
     
    “Seeking other countries’ collaboration in joint productions is very important for us in this period of time when we want to promote our culture in the world,” Dadkhah told the Persian service of ISNA on Wednesday.
     
    Rai will wear hijab in all scenes of the film, he said and added, “Therefore, we have hired an Iranian costume designer to avoid any problem for the Iranian premiere of the film.”
      
    Most of which will be shot on location in India. Some scenes are also be shot in Iran and France.
     
    Rai has previously asked for about $1 million from those collaborating in this project. Umesh Mehra, the Indian director and producer of Bollywood, will pay Rai’s salary, Dadkhah stated.
     
     
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    TEHRAN – Iran Cinema Organization (ICO) Director Hojjatollah Ayyubi has said that Iran is ready to dedicate a day to screening films from the Philippines during the 33rd Fajr International Film Festival, which will be held in Tehran during February.
     
    He made the remarks during a meeting on Tuesday with Philippine Ambassador to Iran Eduardo Martin Menez, the ICO announced in a press release on Wednesday.
     
    “Iran enjoys a big cinema and that is why the Iran Cinema Organization is big as well,” Ayyubi said.
     
    The organization covers several other foundations and associations such as the Farabi Cinema Foundation, which supports film productions, and the Iranian Young Cinema Society (IYCS), which trains young filmmakers, Ayyubi explained.
     
    He also said that several festivals are being held across the country, adding that Filipino filmmakers will be encouraged to attend the festivals so they will be more familiar with events in Iran.
     
    The cinema of the Philippines is not well known in Iran, Ayyubi said, “Iran and the Philippines enjoy many commonalities and the cinema of Iran can replace the cinema of the United States and Europe in the Philippines.”
     
    Iranian filmmakers are also willing to attend the cinematic events in the Philippines. “Holding film weeks in both countries can help promote the cinema of the two countries, Ayyubi added.
     
    Eduardo Martin Menez next explained that most of the films in his country are low-budget films and that politicians of his county are interested in cinema.
     
    He also proposed to hold the cinema day in Iran to mark the 50th anniversary of Iran-Philippines relations.
     
    Bilateral ties between the cineastes of both countries were also discussed during the meeting.
     
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    TEHRAN – Iran Cinema Organization (ICO) Director Hojjatollah Ayyubi has said that Iran is ready to dedicate a day to screening films from the Philippines during the 33rd Fajr International Film Festival, which will be held in Tehran during February.
     
    He made the remarks during a meeting on Tuesday with Philippine Ambassador to Iran Eduardo Martin Menez, the ICO announced in a press release on Wednesday.
     
    “Iran enjoys a big cinema and that is why the Iran Cinema Organization is big as well,” Ayyubi said.
     
    The organization covers several other foundations and associations such as the Farabi Cinema Foundation, which supports film productions, and the Iranian Young Cinema Society (IYCS), which trains young filmmakers, Ayyubi explained.
     
    He also said that several festivals are being held across the country, adding that Filipino filmmakers will be encouraged to attend the festivals so they will be more familiar with events in Iran.
     
    The cinema of the Philippines is not well known in Iran, Ayyubi said, “Iran and the Philippines enjoy many commonalities and the cinema of Iran can replace the cinema of the United States and Europe in the Philippines.”
     
    Iranian filmmakers are also willing to attend the cinematic events in the Philippines. “Holding film weeks in both countries can help promote the cinema of the two countries, Ayyubi added.
     
    Eduardo Martin Menez next explained that most of the films in his country are low-budget films and that politicians of his county are interested in cinema.
     
    He also proposed to hold the cinema day in Iran to mark the 50th anniversary of Iran-Philippines relations.
     
    Bilateral ties between the cineastes of both countries were also discussed during the meeting.
     
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    TEHRAN – The Iran Peace and Friendship Film Festival was inaugurated in Hiroshima on Tuesday.
     
    The festival has been organized by Iran and Japan to commemorate the atomic bombardment of the Japanese city on August 6 in 1945.
     
    A lineup of Iranian films, which highlight the wounds caused by the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, is scheduled to be screened during the festival.
     
    The films are “Gilaneh” directed by Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, “Track 143” by Narges Abyar, “All Alone” by Ehsan Abdipur, “The Night Bus” by Kiumars Purahmad, “The Reward of Silence” by Maziar Miri and “Memories for All Seasons” by Mostafa Razzaq-Karimi. 
     
    The festival opened with the reading of Bani-Etemad’s message, in which she had condemned the savage killing of the Palestinians in Gaza.
     
    The participants including a number of Iranian cineastes observed a moment of silence to pay their respects to the victims of the Gaza brutally killed by the Zionist regime.
     
    Some Iranian filmmakers and several war veterans from the Tehran Peace Museum were seen among the participants.
     
    The festival will continue in Tokyo on August 8 and 9.
     
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  • 08/08/14--09:36: Art news in brief
  • Tehran cultural centers to host Week of Kindness toward Gaza 
     
    TEHRAN – The cultural centers affiliated with the Art and Cultural Organization of the Tehran Municipality will host a program entitled “The Week of Kindness toward Gaza” that opens today. 
     
    Sportsmen, photographers, clerics, physicians and representatives of a number of international organizations have been invited to take part in the program in which the recent brutal attacks in Gaza will be discussed.
     
     
    Documentary “Iranian Ninja” screened at Mexican university 
     
    TEHRAN -- The Iranian documentary “Iranian Ninja” by director Marjan Riahii was screened at the University Center for Film Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico on Thursday.
     
    A discussion panel attended by the director was also held after the film screening.
     
    The documentary chronicles the struggles of Khatereh Jalilzadeh who teaches young girls how to twirl nunchucks and launch dropkicks in Tehran.
     
     
    Writer Simin Behbahani in coma
     
    TEHRAN – Writer and poetess Simin Behbahani has fallen into a coma.
     
    The 87-year-old writer, who has been suffering from a heart problem over the past few years, has been admitted to a Tehran hospital, a number of Persian news websites announced on Thursday. 
     
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    TEHRAN – The Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance met with a large group of Iranian journalists on Thursday, one day before Iran’s Journalists Day.
     
    Culture Minister Ali Jannati delivered a speech at the meeting.
     
    Journalists play a major role in awakening the society and the culture ministry will support journalists within the limits of the law, Jannati said. 
     
    He added that the ministry has been moderate with the various media, artists, and art and cultural figures during the administration of President Hassan Rouhani.
     
    He also pointed to the emphasis that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has placed on the promotion of culture over the past years and said that his ministry will make its best efforts to achieve goals.
     
    In addition, he stressed that the media must be honest in its publication of the news and avoid distortion of the facts.
     
    Newspapers and other periodicals need to enrich their contents if they are worried about being replaced by electronic media, Jannati said.
     
    He also talked about the social security benefits of journalists and said that some good changes will happen to the fund dedicated to journalists.
     
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  • 08/08/14--09:40: What’s in art galleries
  • Illustration/painting 

     
    * Paintings by a group of artists are currently on display in an exhibition at the Nahavand Gallery.
     
    Leila Sabuhi Daryani, Arezu Burbur and Donya Saburi Daryani are among the artists.
     
    The exhibit runs until August 14 at the gallery located at 214 Mirdamad Blvd.
     
    * An exhibition of paintings by Atieh Chegini is currently underway at the Naqsh-e Jahan Gallery.
     
    The exhibition runs until August 12 at the gallery located at 9 Ayatollah Mahmudi St. in the Niavaran neighborhood.
     
    * The Henna Gallery is hosting to an exhibition of paintings by Shiva Yaqmaeii.
     
    The gallery also is showing illustrations by Masud Naddafi in another exhibition.
     
    The exhibits run until August 22 at the gallery located at 19 Biglarpur Sharghi St., off Jahantab St. in the Qeitarieh neighborhood.
     

    Calligraphic painting
     
    * The Ney Gallery is hosting to an exhibition of calligraphic paintings by Amir-Sasan Mostafavi.
     
    The exhibition runs until August 14 at the gallery, which can be found at 3 Nilufar Alley in the Aqdasieh neighborhood.
     

    Photo
     
    * A collection of photos taken by Babak Haqqi from plays, which went on stage during past year at Tehran’s theaters, are on display in an exhibit at the Shila Gallery.
     
    The exhibit runs until August 13 at the gallery located at 2 Gilan Alley, off Vali-e Asr Ave. near Taleqani Ave. 
     
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    TEHRAN -- Iranian documentarian Mostafa Razzaq-Karimi presented his latest film “Memories for All Seasons” to Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui on Wednesday.

     
    Kazumi attended a screening of the documentary, which is the memories of a group of Iranian soldiers wounded by Iraqi chemical weapons during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, at the Iran Peace and Friendship Film Festival in Hiroshima.
     
    Razzaq-Karimi asked Kazumi to watch the film carefully again in order to share his perception of the disastrous event with other people in conjunction with the tragedy of atomic bombardment of Hiroshima in 1945.
     
    “Memories for All Seasons” begins with a scene showing an Iranian cargo plane equipped with beds for the soldiers landing at the Vienna International Airport.
     
    The film then shows the people lying in the beds on the plane.
     
    The pilot and his assistants have also been interviewed for the documentary, which Channel 1 has scheduled to begin broadcasting on Friday.
     
    According to an Iranian official document, Iraq used chemical weapons in 572 attacks on Iranian soldiers.  
     
    About 100,000 Iranian soldiers were victims of Iraqi chemical attacks. Many were hit by mustard gas. The official estimate does not include the civilian population contaminated in nearby towns, or the children and relatives of the veterans, many of whom have developed blood, lung and skin complications, according to the Organization for Veterans.
     
    According to Iraqi documents, assistance in developing chemical weapons was obtained from firms in many countries, including the United States, West Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and France.
     
    The Iran Peace and Friendship Film Festival also screened the Iranian films “Gilaneh” directed by Rakhshan Bani-Etemad, “Track 143” by Narges Abyar, “All Alone” by Ehsan Abdipur, “The Night Bus” by Kiumars Purahmad and “The Reward of Silence” by Maziar Miri.
     
    The festival went on at Tokyo’s Akasaka Community Plaza on Friday. It will come to an end today with the screening of “The Reward of Silence” and “Memories for All Seasons”. 
     
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    TEHRAN – The Iranian animated series “My Backpack and I” has been dubbed into Azeri in Baku, the capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
     
    Directed by Mehdi Nasri The 13-episode series is about a little boy named Amir-Ali and his backpack and focuses on moral values of children.
     
    Azerbaijani actors Vusal Murtaza Aliyev and Metenet Abbas lent their voices to the characters of the series.
     
    Bamat Hajiyeva translated the dialogues into Azeri and Aslam Asadof directed the actors.
     
    All the technical services were provided by the RN Production studio of the country.
     
    The Azeri TV section of Iran’s Sahar Universal Network commissioned the studio to dub the animation series.
     
    The animation will go on air for Azeri children in the near future.
     
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  • 08/09/14--09:07: Art news in brief
  • “We Have a Guest” to compete in Busan festival
     
    TEHRAN – Iranian director Mohammad-Mehdi Asgarpur’s drama “We Have a Guest” will compete in the 19th Busan International Film Festival, which will be held in South Korea from October 2 to 11.
     
    The film is about an elderly couple who brings their son, a war veteran, from an asylum to their home to welcome a special guest.
     
     
    Finnish festival to screen doc on Lake Urmia
     
    TEHRAN – The Iranian documentary “Lady Urmia” will go on screen at the 7th Wildlife Vaasa International Nature Film Festival, which will be held in Finland from October 1 to 5.
     
    The 30-minute doc is about Iran’s Lake Urmia, the third largest salt water lake on earth, of which more than 70 percent has dried up over the past few years. 
     
    The film is narrated in the voice of the Lake itself, crying for help and trying to gain international attention to its suffering.
     
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    TEHRAN – Iran has issued a postage stamp to commemorate the 74th birthday of the renowned Iranian author Mahmud Dowlatabadi.

     
    The stamp was unveiled on Friday during a ceremony in Sabzevar, his hometown in Khorasan Razavi Province, the Persian service of ISNA reported on Saturday.
     
    A number of art and cultural figures, academics and several members of the Sabzevar City Council attended the ceremony.
     
    Speaking at the ceremony, Ali Fattahi, a veteran theatrical figure from Sabzevar, said, “We need to be brave enough to respect our veterans.”
     
    “Wherever Mahmud is, he is great and respected,” he added.
     
    The ceremony continued with reading the letter of writer and poetess Simin Behbahani written on the occasion of Dowlatabadi’s birthday a few days ago. 
    Behbahani has been fallen into coma and has been admitted to a Tehran hospital.
     
    “Mahmud Dowlatabadi is a writer who has come from Khorasan to Tehran where his fame has reached the world,” reads part of the message.
     
    “I have read most of his works and congratulate him for his thoughts and words.
     
    “I am writing this while I am in the hospital and I wish him health and wealth. No doubt he is a treasure in the literature of Iran, and most of his works have been translated into different languages of the world” continues the message.
     
    The ceremony was concluded reading part of his famous novel “Kalidar”.
     
    Kalidar is the name of a mountain in Khorasan and tells the story of a family from the Kordestan region of the country who are forced to travel to Sabzevar, having suffered in the political atmosphere that existed in the aftermath of the World War II in Iran.
     
    The reading was accompanied with a traditional live music concert.
     
    Born in 1940, short-story writer and novelist Dowlatabadi was the most prominent Iranian novelist of the 1980s. Self-educated and forced to work from childhood, he spent part of his younger adult years as a stage actor in Tehran.
     
    “The Colonel”, “Kalidar”, “Desert Strata”, “The Trip”, “The Legend of Baba Sobhan”, “The Cowherd”, “Aqil”, “Man” and “Missing Soluch” are among Dowlatabadi’s credits.
     
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    TEHRAN – The 90th birthday of scholar Seyyed Abdollah Anvaar, who is mostly known for his studies on Tehran, was celebrated during a ceremony in Tehran on Friday.

     
    Cultural figures and a large number of journalists attended the ceremony, which was held by the Tehran City Council in the House of Aminozzarb, a beautiful Qajar era monument on Amirkabir Street, the Persian service of ISNA reported on Saturday.
     
    Tehran City Council Chairman Ahmad Masjed-Jamei congratulated the master on his birthday and wished a longer life for the master. 
     
    He called Anvaar “the sage of Iranian culture”.
     
    “I tried to get to know the capital Tehran since the time I got to know myself” Anvaar told the guests.
     
    Expert and Director of the Iranian Society for Promotion of Persian Language and Literature Mehdi Mohaqeq, also present at the ceremony, made a brief speech.
     
    He said that he knows no individual like Anvaar who is an expert in many different fields.
     
    Born in 1924, Anvaar is a veteran translator, mathematician and expert on manuscripts especially old math texts.
     
    He was the head of the manuscript department of the National Library of Iran for over 20 years. 
     
    He has also compiled one volume of the series of Dehkhoda, the most comprehensive unabridged Persian dictionary.
     
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    TEHRAN – Works by veteran and novice artists selected from the collections of three private collectors will go on sale in an exhibition in Tehran’s Dey Gallery beginning on Friday.
     
    The paintings and sculptures will go on show in the exhibition “From the Past until Tomorrow”, offering works by veterans such as Hossein Zenderudi, Farideh Lashaii, Ali-Akbar Sanati and Manuchehr Yektaii, the gallery announced in a press release on Sunday.
     
    The gallery owner Feryal Salahshur believes the sale will provide a fresh opportunity for consumers and art lovers.
     
    “I mostly focus on works by novice artists and youth since I believe they are talented artists and need more support,” Salahshur said.
     
    She added that the artworks will be offered at lower prices compared to those on similar items that went on sale at Tehran’s big art auction in June.
     
    Works by Ardeshir Sasani, Najva Erfani, Zohreh Akhavan, Shirin Babazadeh, Susan Hashemian, Mehrnaz Salimi and Elham Fatemi are among the items to go on sale.
     
    The exhibit will run for one week in the gallery which can be found at 130 Atefi St., off Vali-e Asr Ave.
     
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  • 08/10/14--09:36: Art news in brief
  • Iranian critics to honor Davudnejad, Saberi
     
    TEHRAN – Filmmaker Alireza Davudnejad and writer Iraj Saberi are scheduled to be honored during the 8th Iranian Film Critics and Screenwriters Guild Celebration.
     
    The ceremony will be held at Tehran’s Eyvan-e Shams Hall on Wednesday.
     
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