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NewYorkArt.com: Representation of Mehdi Farhadian

Richard Taittinger Gallery is honored to announce the representation of Iranian artist Mehdi Farhadian (b. 1980). The gallery will present Mehdi Farhadian’s first solo exhibit in the US in September 2016. Mehdi Farhadian’s paintings effectively integrate abstract and figurative features to create…

Sotheby’s: Highlights From The Venice Biennale’s Iran Pavilion

VENICE – While many attend the Venice Biennale to savour the perspective of artists looking at the reflection of our collective reality, others seek an even deeper messaging relating to the dialogue between cultures, nations and civilizations. The stories are…

The National: Pavilions from Middle East nations tackle themes of war, displacement and identity at Venice Biennale

A drawing from three years ago by Iraqi artist Salam Atta Sabri is a one-page grid divided into dozens of smaller grids. In the boxes, there are faces, with tyes looking forward, and familiar landmarks, facades of buildings. The pictures…

The Wall Street Journal: Iran: A Defiant Self-Portrait

A new exhibit offers a sweeping survey of works by Iranian artists As Iran seethes from protests over its disputed presidential election, a new museum exhibit in New York explores an aspect of Iranian culture that’s just as rebellious: its…

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