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New Iranian Art at Rogue Space
“Portraits: Reflections By Emerging Iranian Artists”, is the title of an exhibition which will kick off on September 17, 2014 at Rogue Space Art Gallery, in Chelsea, New York...
Iranian director Mohammad Bozorgnia’s historical drama “The Maritime Silk Road” has won the Silver Saber at the 5th International Historical and Military Film Festival in Warsaw...
The renowned Austrian pianist Gottlieb Wallisch will perform a recital at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall on October 2...
The Film Museum of Iran will host a Chinese film festival, which will be held from September 17 to 21...
The Czech violinist Jaroslav Sveceny will hold a workshop on the violin at Tehran’s Niavaran Cultural Center on September 22...
A group of South Korean artists arrived in Tehran on September 15...
The Iranian Kurdish ensemble ‘Kamkars’ will hold a charity concert in Sanandaj, Kurdestan province on September 18-19...
Iranian filmmaker Salem Salavati’s documentary “The Last Winter” has garnered top award at the 10th Kazan International Muslim Film Festival...
The 15th Mobarak International Puppet Theater Festival has started its programs with a happy colorful carnival in the capital city of Tehran...
A number of Iranian screen productions have entered the film lineup of the 19th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea...
The 16th Iran’s cinema celebration has closed the year’s programs with honoring the winners of its different categories...
Iranian drama Melbourne directed by Nima Javidi has been selected to compete at the 10th edition of Zurich international Film festival...
 
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Allegories of Art, Politics, and Poetry
Politics without the imagination is bureaucracy, but the imagination is never a neutral category...
“Love Me, Love Me Not” is an unprecedented exhibition of contemporary art from Azerbaijan and its neighbours, featuring recent work by 17 artists from Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey, Russia, and Georgia...
At the turn of the twentieth century, art entered a new era of artistic mass production. Whereas the previous age was an era of artistic mass consumption, in our present time the situation has changed, and there are two primary developments that have led to this change...
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation announced today the selection of Shirin Neshat for its new One-to-One artist initiative that supports contemporary artists as they create artwork in the service of advancing human rights, cultural understanding, and international peacekeeping...
From the start of modernity art began to manifest a certain dependence on theory. At that time—and even much later—art’s “need of explanation” (Kommentarbeduerftigkeit), as Arnold Gehlen characterized this hunger for theory was, in its turn, explained by the fact that modern art is “difficult”—inaccessible for the greater public...
By way of an introduction to this issue of e-flux journal, I would like to discuss the changes in our understanding and perception of art engendered by conceptual art practices of the 1960s and 1970s, focusing not on the history of conceptual art or individual works, but rather on the ways in which the legacy of these practices remains relevant for us today...
Plastic is the very idea of its infinite transformation … it is ubiquity made visible … it is less a thing than the trace of a movement...
It is clear that curatorial practice today goes well beyond mounting art exhibitions and caring for works of art. Curators do a lot more: they administer the experience of art by selecting what is made visible, contextualize and frame the production of artists, and oversee the distribution of production funds, fees, and prizes that...
The relationship between art and money can be understood in at least two ways. First, art can be interpreted as a sum of works circulating on the art market. In this case, when we speak about art and money, we think primarily of spectacular developments in the art market that took place in recent decades...
 
Iranian Artists' Pages
Featured Artists
On the occasion of the “Chasing the Butterfly and Other Recent Paintings” exhibition by the celebrated Iranian artist, Nicky Nodjoumi at Teymour Grahne Gallery in TriBeCa, 7 September - 19 October 2013 and the article printed in “New York Times” about his work and artistic life...

 

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Gallery
The Myth of Liberation
Visit hours: 4 - 8 pm
An Exhibition by Hamed Hemayatian
On Friday Sep.19, 2014, from 4 to 8 pm
18 - 30 September, 2014
19 - 24 Sep, 2014
Group Painting Exhibition
Selected Artists
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Selected Iranian Film , Cinema , Theater Artists
Theater director and dramatist
Theater director and author
Iranian Movie Director
Film director and screen-writer
Movie Director

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