Art is arguably an act of addition since artists add something to the world. One may object that usually some materials are reduced or destroyed to make a new addition to the world, but this loose sense of subtraction does not bring sadness, or even joy, which is normally associated with subtraction and loss. Keyvan Rahiminejad, however, has flipped the script. We are ‘happy’ that he subtracted clutter and garbage from the world to make his artistic additions, and so is he.
Exhibition of calligraphy works by Soleyman Miri will be held at ECO Cultural Institute in cooperation with Iran National Commission for UNESCO, to be opened on 12 July 2022, 17:00 at No. 10, Baqer Al- Nemer (ex. Naz) St, Movahed Danesh Ave., Aqdasiyeh. ECI Headquarters.
A selection of calligraphy works at the First Raqs-e Qalam International Exhibition of the Silk Road Calligraphy, which opened Friday at the Iranian Academy of Arts in Tehran, will be displayed through video mapping over Azadi Tower in Tehran, Iran.
Islamic calligraphy carries a lot of importance for Muslims across the globe. Owing to its importance and growing demand, Islamic calligraphy is taught as a subject in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Pakistan.