Art, a symbol of pandemic sympathy: Sameti

July 19, 2020 parsagon 0

In times of global crises such as pandemics, when usually all the focuses are on pandemic fears, art can work as a symbol of pandemic sympathy. Whereas it seems that art is not the priority in these times, in comparison with science, artistic productions are as essential as scientific discoveries.

May 2016

May 31, 2016 parsagon 0

1. Painter Parviz Kalantari dies at 85 The diligent artist and illustrator Parviz Kalantari, famous for his indigenous drawings of Iranian nomadic life passed away […]

The Mourners of Bayal

October 14, 2015 parsagon 0

Author: Gholamhossein Sa’edi Publication Date: 1964 Perhaps the best-known collection of Gholamhossein Sa’edi’s short stories, The Mourners of Bayal comprises eight interconnected stories, all of which […]

Mehdi Navid Recommends

June 7, 2014 parsagon 0

Born in 1981 in Kermanshah and brought up in Tehran, Mehdi Navid is a writer, translator and editor best known for his translations of Beckett […]

Curator Ali Bakhtiari Recommends

February 27, 2014 parsagon 2

Of the youngest prolific Iranian curators, Ali Bakhtiari was born in 1985, Tehran. He started his career as a curator in 2008 with a retrospective of Faramarz Pilaram at Gallery 66 in Tehran.

Reza Sarraf Recommends

February 17, 2014 parsagon 0

Born in 1975 in Tehran, Gholamreza Sarraf holds a BA in Dramatic Literature and an MA in Cinema from Art University of Tehran. “Out of […]