Floral arrangements created from dried rose blooms and wild rue are on display in an exhibition at the Mess-Negar Gallery.
The floral arrangements have been created Shirin Agah for the exhibit, which comes to an end this evening.
Wild rue (Esfand) is a common weed found in Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, Pakistan and the surrounding areas. Its botanical name is Peganum harmala. Later Greek authors refer to it as persaia botane.
Mess-Negar Gallery located at No. 5 in the Park Prince Building on Molla Sadra Highway.
* The Shokuh Gallery is currently playing host to an exhibition which displays a century of Iranian painting.
The exhibit showcases works by Marco Gregorian, Jazeh Tabatabaii, Abbas Katuzian, Ali-Akbar Sanati, Jafar Ruhbakhsh, Mohammad-Ali Tarqqijah and Jamaleddin Khorraminejad.
In addition, works by Paraviz Kalantari, Ali-Akbar Sadeqi, Ali Shirazi Bahmand Niku and Behnush Forutan, and Mohammad Tabatabaii are on display at the exhibition, which runs until March 20.
The gallery is located at 19 Amir Nuri Alley, North Salimi St., Andarzgu Blvd.
* Works by veteran cartoonist Kambiz Derambakhsh are currently on display in an exhibition at the Seyhun Gallery.
The gallery has organized the show to raise funds for cancer patients.
The exhibit runs until March 13 at the gallery located at 11 Fourth Alley, off Vozara St.
* A collection serigraphs of monuments by Keyvan Khosravani is currently on show in an exhibition at the Henna Gallery.
The exhibit continues until March 13 at the gallery that can be found at 19 Biglarpur Sharqi, off Jahantab St. in the Qeitarieh neighborhood.
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