|Works by Iranian female painters on display at Malaysian exhibit||
TEHRAN – Works of a number of Iranian painters have been showcased at Kuala Lumpur’s Artmalaysia Gallery in an exhibition which is dedicated to female artists from around the world.
Entitled “My Day”, the four-day exhibition has been organized by the gallery to commemorate International Women’s Day.
Among the Iranian painters are Mina Hedayat, Elnaz Rostami, Sakineh Zmanai, Zahra Afzali, Fatemeh Mofarahi, Atsa Zolqadri, Mahjubeh Famori, Gelareh Lavaei and Hanieh Mohammad-Baqer.
The showcase, which comes to an end this evening, aims to celebrate the significant contributions of women to today’s lives through the power of art, as a picture easily speaks a thousand words.
Forty-six female painters from Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, the Netherlands, South Africa, China, South Korea, Taiwan and Denmark are displaying their works at the exhibition.
International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is commemorated on March 8 every year.
In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women to a celebration for women’s economic, political and social achievements.
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