|Tehran gallery holding graphic designer Ebrahim Haqiqi retrospective||
TEHRAN -- Tehran’s Sabz Gallery is holding a retrospective of Iranian graphic designer Ebrahim Haqiqi, reviewing 45 years of his activities.
About 300 works selected from Haqiqi’s large collection of posters, logos, symbols, books illustrations and photos created by him since 1969 have been put on display in the exhibit, which opened on Friday.
Artists, cineastes and cultural figures including Deputy Culture Minister for Artistic Affairs Ali Moradkhani, Director of the Office for Visual Arts Majid Mollanoruzi, Gholamhossein Nami, Ahmadreza Darvish, Hushang Golmakani, Iraj Raad, Parviz Purhosseini and Amrollah Farhadi were among the participants at the opening ceremony, Persian news agencies reported on Saturday.
Moreover, a book containing his works from the past 45 years published by Nazar Publications was unveiled at the ceremony.
The publishers had already released a book containing a selection of Haqiqi’s works several years ago however, the second book is more complete, containing additional works.
Born in 1949 in Tehran, Haqiqi is a graduate of architecture from the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Tehran.
Haqiqi is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), a group of the world’s leading graphic artists and designers, as well as several Iranian associations.
The exhibit will be running until January 21 at the gallery located at No.2, Shirvani Alley, in front of Qeytarieh Park in the Qeytarieh neighborhood.
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