Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
FIAC Paris: Art world mourns another major fair cancelation
The 2020 edition of FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain), the 47th edition of the fair, previously scheduled to take place at the Grand Palais in Paris from October 22-25, will not take place until October 2021.
World’s first virtual museum to showcase world’s famous art
When the pandemic forced the closure of public spaces around the world, brick-and-mortar arts institutions had to think on the fly, and many launched virtual tours to compensate. But now a museum is opening that’s fully entrenched in the digital space – the first of its kind to put the virtual experience front and center.
‘100 Works, 100 Artists’ to be held online
The 28th edition of the ‘100 Works, 100 Artists’ exhibition will be held online to curb the spread of the coronavirus, director of Tehran’s Golestan Gallery said.
The melodious story of the tar
By Mahan Norouzpour*
Picasso painting found hidden beneath his famous ‘Still Life’
A hidden drawing by Pablo Picasso was found beneath one of the artist’s abstract paintings, called ‘Still Life.’
American Museum of Natural History to remove Teddy Roosevelt statue
The American Museum of Natural History in New York City will remove a statue of former president Theodore Roosevelt from outside its main entrance.
Farhadi's ‘A Hero’ receives production permit from Cinema Organization of Iran
Iran’s two-time Oscar winner, Asghar Farhadi, received a permit from the Cinema Organization of Iran to make his film, ‘A Hero’.
Iranian actor Shahab Hosseini picked for Turkish festival jury
Iran’s well-known actor Shahab Hosseini was selected as a member of the jury at the International Migration Film Festival in Turkey.
Iran’s ‘Eaten’ to go on screen at German festival
Iranian animated piece, ‘Eaten,’ directed by Mohsen Rezapour, is set to go on screen at the 27th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film in Germany.
Artist: Persian calligraphy, art of balance
An Iranian calligrapher believes that calligraphy is the art of achieving balance, the balance that reveals people’s identity.
A visit to Cairo’s wonderful Islamic Art Museum
Most of those traveling to Egypt come because of a deep fascination with its ancient history. However, Egypt boasts very strong and varied cultural influences, with the most prominent also being Coptic and Islamic.
UK arts bodies threatened with funding cuts over lack of diversity
Arts organizations and museums in England are being warned that they will lose public funding unless they meet “stretching” targets to create and attract more diverse workforces and audiences.

Page Generated in 1/2582 sec