Contemporary Art in Iran: Samiee, Rahmani, Panel discussion and Exhibition Past

Friday, Oct 14, 2016 ,
4:00 PM
- Amsterdam, Netherlands

Free Event

Panel discussion and exhibition with artists Sam Samiee, Pantea Rahmani, Zohreh Deldadeh (curator).

The Iranian art scene is thriving and attracting global attention as never before. New trends are emerging and galleries are opening in Tehran while international curators, art galleries and auctions have discovered the work of Iranian artists.

We are excited to have a number of young Iranian artists, curators and critiques to discuss some of the following questions: what are the influences on contemporary Iranian artists? What are the new trends? How do Iranian artists relate to their society? What are their possibilities and restrictions? What is the impact of the emerging national and international art market?

This panel discussion is organized by the Amsterdam Initiative for Iranian Studies in collaboration with the No Man's Art Gallery. After the meeting, you are welcome to join us to the opening of the exhibition, which starts at 6:00 PM.


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