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Farewell to Tavoos & Iranian Art Publishing Readers
With Manijeh Mir-Emadi-Naseri leaving this world This website will sooner or later be closed, with its more or less unique archive turning into a chapter of the rich history of Iranian art and artists...
Like a Peacock (Tavoos) feather Manijeh Mir-Emadi, relieved from earthly sufferings flew to soar in the Eternal Infinity … May her soul rest in Peace…
Sorrowfully, Manijeh Mir-Emadi (Naseri) painter, the founder and editor in chief of the first bilingual art magazine of Iran and Iranian Art Publishing left this world on the early hours of Saturday 10 July 2017.
The 2017 International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration, and Equality (IFFPIE) in Jakarta, Indonesia, is calling for film submissions from across the world.
According to the agreement signed between the National Committee of Iranian Museums and the International Council of Museums, this term of ICOM-ASPAC Conference and General Assembly will be held in autumn in Tehran.
Calling all creatives! The annual World Standards Day contest organized by IEC, ISO and ITU is now double the fun – participate with either a poster OR video!
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A Devotee of Art and Culture
On the threshold of the tenth anniversary of Tavoos Art Magazine website, the editorial board and colleagues of Tavoos and Iranian Art Publishing would like to use this opportunity to introduce the publisher, manager and editor-in- chief of this site after her ten years of relentless activity, and venerate her perseverance in maintaining her valuable service.
Your new book, Ex Occidente Lux* was widely acclaimed abroad, especially in France. This response has apparently increased since the events of September 11th in New York. Yes. After the events of September 11th, my book came to appear as a relevant and timely commentary on our times.