Iran, Afghan artisans to display works in Tehran


A group exhibition of tazhib, which is an art of illuminated manuscripts, titled ‘Daughters of Shahmama,’ featuring 40 artworks by Iranian and Afghan artists, will be held at Tehran’s Niavaran Cultural Center.
Supervised by Shakila Alemi and supported by the Art Credit Fund, the third tazhib exhibition will take place at Niavaran Cultural Center from March 2, ISNA wrote.
Nineteen Iranian and Afghan girls will showcase 40 artworks, aiming to motivate and boost the self-confidence of female artists. The group also seeks to promote the growth and elevation of the art of tazhib while fostering cultural cooperation between Iran and Afghanistan.Tazhib, an ancient art, has long history in Afghanistan.
The opening ceremony, scheduled for February 29, will be attended by Saad Khan, the head of the ECO Cultural Institute, among others. Art enthusiasts can visit the exhibition from March 2 to 8.

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