Explore Iranian, Biography, and more!

Explore related topics

Galerie Brigitte Schenk on artnet

Galerie Brigitte Schenk on artnet

Mary Sims "Waterlilies"   I really enjoy this series because of the way the subject matter is treated. The calm and serene nature of a pond with waterlilies is reflected in the color choice used here.

Mary Sims "Waterlilies" I really enjoy this series because of the way the subject matter is treated. The calm and serene nature of a pond with waterlilies is reflected in the color choice used here.

LTMH Gallery artes fine arts magazine

Eden Revisited: Shahram Karimi and the Re-Enchantment of Art

Doug Hall

Doug Hall: The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described

Rokni Haerizadeh

Rokni Haerizadeh – We Will Join Hands in Love and Rebuild Our Country

DIR. JOÃO INADA US  |  6 Min  |  360 VR Video  |  World Premiere Reframe Iran is a virtual reality experience taking place in eight Iranian  artist studios throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

REFRAME IRAN

JOÃO INADA US 6 Min 360 VR Video World Premiere Reframe Iran is a virtual reality experience taking place in eight Iranian artist studios throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

anilaa

In Anila Quayyum Agha’s “Intersections” installation, laser-cut wood casts intricate shadows in a pattern typical of Islamic sacred spaces, exploring.

SEX, DRUGS, AND BROOMSTICKS: THE ORIGINS OF THE ICONIC WITCH, BY DYLAN THURAS - Caption: Francisco Goya, "Witches' Sabbath (The Great He-Goat)" (1821-1823), oil on canvas (via Wikimedia)

Sex, Drugs, and Broomsticks: The Origins of the Iconic Witch

Goya - Witches’ Sabbath or The Great He-Goat (El Aquellare o El Gran Cabrón), oil on the walls of the Quinta del Sordo

Magic of Persia

Magic of Persia's Shirley Elghanian gives Joobin Bekhrad the skinny on her foundation's upcoming exclusive gala and auction of contemporary Iranian art in Dubai

peter erskine artist -His work attempts to reveal the power and beauty of the sun, as well as humanity's precarious relationship with it.[3] He uses prisms to allow the sun's light to be appreciated without having to look directly at it. [2]

peter erskine artist -His work attempts to reveal the power and beauty of the sun, as well as humanity's precarious relationship with it.[3] He uses prisms to allow the sun's light to be appreciated without having to look directly at it. [2]

Pinterest
Search