Tehran gallery displays paintings by young art students

February 20, 2018

TEHRAN – Paintings by a group of young art students that feature their personal perceptions of a still life and a woman’s figure are on display in an exhibit at Tehran’s Mojdeh Gallery.

The exhibition titled “Small Colorful Experiences” is showcasing 120 works created by 37 students under the supervision of painter Babak Etminani for the second time.

A vase and a figure of a woman standing behind a curtain are the themes of the paintings, the gallery announced in a press release on Tuesday. 

“One of our main policies is to provide the facilities for the young artists to enter the world of the professionals through displaying works,” Etminani said in the announcement.

“This will help encourage the youth and novices to gain more experience,” he added.

Yeganeh Ahmadi, Jila Barzegar, Anahita Piruzmand, Nadia Davari, Mina Rashidi, Zohreh Karimi, Morvarid Nazari and Shiva Nayyeri are among the artists whose works are on display at the gallery. 

The exhibition will run until February 23 at the gallery that can be found at No. 27, 18th Alley off North Allameh Blvd. in the Saadatabad neighborhood.

Photo: A poster for the exhibition “Small Colorful Experiences” at Mojdeh Gallery

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