12-year-old photog focuses on Persian architecture in new collection

June 20, 2018 - 19:22

TEHRAN – A 12-year-old Iranian photographer has highlighted Persian architecture in his solo exhibition, which will open at the Niavaran Cultural Center in Tehran on Friday.

A collection of 30 photos depicting aspects of architecture in a number of Iranian historical buildings will showcase at the exhibition of Parsa Khadem, the center announced on Wednesday.  

“Iranian Architecture in My Vision” will run until June 30.

Khadem began learning photography from veteran photographer Leila Nurai when he was seven. He is also pursuing his education through courses held by Hossein Kiani, with whom he co-organized an exhibition at the Kazan National Cultural Center in the capital of Tatarstan during October 2017.  

Photo: A poster for photographer Parsa Khadem’s exhibition “Iranian Architecture in My Vision”


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