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Iranian Artists Drawings Exhibition Vernissage "Exile at Home" Past

Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015 ,
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Brussels, Belgium

An exhibition of drawings by young Iranian artists
who work and live in Iran.

Although the director of the project had initially asked these artists to work on the theme of Exile, she eventually decided on the title "Exile at home" considering the absence of the artists at their own exhibitions in Europe as a result of borders, frontiers, politics and the absence of the freedom of movement...

Participating artists: Amir Mahmoodian, Arezoo Ramezanjamaat, Masoud Mirzaee, Niloufar Keyhani, Kolsum Salehi, Hedie Khanali,
Aidin Xankeshipour, Aylar Dastgiri, Nooshin Askari.
Directed by Vidadena

Duration of the exhibition: 21/11/15- 6/12/15
Days and hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 14:00-18:00h


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