Curated by Niloufar Yazdi and Farahnaz Reyhani, the exhibition hosts artists including Yasaman Ebrahimian, Zohreh Ahmadi, and Sarvin Ja’farian.
The works on display were created using oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, and colored pencil techniques and encompass artistic styles including realism, modernism, cubism, impressionism, and decorative art. They are being unveiled for the first time at this exhibition.
The exhibition opened on August 25 and will run through August 29.
‘Palmas’ published for Flamenco enthusiasts
ISNA – A pioneering instructional guide titled ‘Palmas,’ authored by Mohammadreza Raeesi and Mohammad Moazzen, was unveiled as the first teaching method for Palmas playing in Iran’s music scene.
Raeesi highlighted the book’s purpose, stating it addresses the shortage of proper and systematic elements within Flamenco music, offers an enticing exploration of its rhythmic hand-clapping techniques, and establishes a solid foundation for understanding the various rhythms in this genre.
The book’s contents include the historical roots of Palmas worldwide, accurate execution methods, practice pointers, explanations of key Flamenco music instruments, and both solo and duo Palmas techniques.
Moazzen said “The book is designed to be effective for beginners as well as musicians engaged in professional Flamenco music.”