Iran’s Exhibition of Visual Arts opens in Iraq
Baghdad,Iran's Exhibition of Visual Arts opened in Iraq in a ceremony attended by Iraqi Minister of Culture Faryad Ravandozi and Iran's charge d'affaires in Baghdad.
After inaugurating the exhibition, Ravandozi visited Iranian genuine tableaux, saying that holding the exhibition is a step in line with deepening cultural and artistic relations between the two countries.
Iran's charge d'affaires in Baghdad, Seyyed Mousa Alizadeh told the same gathering that the objective behind holding the exhibition is to get the Iraqi nations and artists further acquainted with the Iranian rich culture and civilization.
He also hailed good cultural and artistic cooperation between the two neighboring and friendly states.
The exhibition is displaying artworks of Majid Aryaeinejad, designer and painter of potteries, ceramics and glass, Shokrollah Borumand, calligraphist, Reza Mohammadpour, calligraphist, and Maryam Amouzi, master of illumination and miniature.
The exhibition is underway in cooperation with Iraqi Culture Ministry and Iran's Cultural Office in Baghdad.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA