Coffee paintings by Adak Jamshidzadeh to raise funds for Iran flood survivors 

April 27, 2019 - 19:10

TEHRAN – Iranian artist Adak Jamshidzadeh, who is mostly famous for his coffee paintings, is showcasing his latest coffee paintings in an exhibition at Artland Gallery to raise funds for victims of Iran’s recent floods.

Jamshidzadeh also plans to organize a three-day workshop on coffee painting on the sidelines of the exhibition, which opened on Friday.

The exhibit will run until May 4 at the gallery located at 4 Safa Alley, Kachui St. in the Evin neighborhood.

The recent heavy rainfall in Fars, Golestan, Mazandaran, Lorestan, Khuzestan and several other provinces in western, southwestern and northeastern Iran led to severe flooding, which struck and damaged many cities and villages and left 78 people dead and hundreds displaced and injured.

Photo: A coffee painting by Adak Jamshidzadeh.

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