1223 GMT May 21, 2022
A group painting exhibition titled, ‘Tamooz,’ curated by Behdad Najafi-Asadollahi, opened at Tehran’s Shalman Art Gallery on July 30.
Director of the gallery Ali Mazarei said, “In this exhibition, whose name and subject is a reflection of the beautiful and passionate summer season, works by Saedeh Arian, Saeed Emdadian, Reza Barati, Hamid Ja’fari-Shakib, Khadijeh Rajabi, Moloud Azimpour, Reza Emadi, Morteza Shamisa and Behdad Najafi-Asadollahi are on display.”
Mazarei talked about the importance of online exhibitions these days, adding that the gallery is working on its online properties, and its online exhibitions will run soon, according to IRNA.
Najafi-Asadollahi is participating in the exhibition with three artworks.
The exhibition’s curator said that one of the greatest advantages of a group exhibition is that it is an appropriate platform to display a variety of artworks which contribute to the creation of novel ideas.
Ahad Javedani, director general of Tehran’s Department for Culture and Islamic Guidance, was among the high-profile figures at the opening ceremony of the exhibition.
The exhibition is underway until August 4. Art lovers can visit the artworks from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.