|Abu Dhabi exhibit highlights Quranic works by Iranian artists||
TEHRAN – A number of Iranian artists are displaying a variety of their artworks on the central theme of the Holy Quran in an exhibition at Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi that began on Sunday.
The Arad Art and Cultural Institute in Tehran and Iran’s Cultural Office in the United Arab Emirates have jointly organized the exhibition in order to highlight the position of the Holy Quran in Persian art.
Most of the artworks and the handicrafts on show contain the Iranian original arts used mostly in the inscription of Holy Quran, executive secretary of the Exhibit Payam Aryaii said in a press release published on Monday.
The exhibit has been arranged to promote the real concepts of the Quran among all nations including Muslims and non-Muslims, Aryaii said.
He added that such exhibits can help introduce the high potential of the art of Iran, leading to more cultural collaborations.
Several participating artists will be attending the sessions arranged on the sidelines of the exhibit, which will be running until February 4.
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