Cultural Center of Iran and Commercial Bank
invite you to attend the opening of the exhibition
“The window to Iranian Art”
Monday, 10th February, at 6 pm,
Kombank Art hall,
Makedonska 29, 11000 Belgrade
Iranian artists in the Kombank Art hall
Discover the secrets of the art of Persia
Persian painting, calligraphy , graphic design and art of Iran will be presented at the exhibition “Window to Iranian art,” which will be opened on Monday, on the 10th of February at the Kombank Art hall, at 6 pm. Visitors will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the works of three Iranian artists representing different generations of art in this country and discover the secrets of Persian art, which has within the centuries-old tradition offered masterpieces of world fame. From the border of East Asia to Spain and France, its size is recognized, and today nearly every museum has a few copies of that art .
Cultural Center of Iran in Belgrade from the 3rd up to 20th of February is organizing a series of cultural and artistic events in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Krusevac and Zrenjanin.
Art Exhibition in KomBank art hall will be open until the 3rd of March and admission is free.
About the artists :
Jalil Jokar (1971 ), painter and chemist. During his 28 -year career in painting, in the last 16 years professionally engaged in classical Persian painting, and especially illumination, miniatures, and ” Gol- o Morg ” motifs ( floral motifs with birds ). He also deals with the design of Persian rugs. He is a member of numerous art and cultural associations, and has published a number of books and research papers in the field of Persian painting.
Golam – Ali Taheri (1956 ), a painter whose interests are mainly portraits, landscapes and animals.
As a longtime leader of numerous arts and cultural institutions , participated in the 290 artistic and educational programs in Iran. She has held four solo exhibitions and participated in over 60 group exhibitions in Iran and abroad ( Germany, USA , Turkmenistan , Bangladesh, Armenia , Syria). He has received numerous awards and recognitions.
Saber Safai (1978 ), a painter who deals with calligraphy, graphics and art design. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in Iran and abroad, and has received several awards and recognition.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.