The seventh edition of Malaysia’s International Art Expo has demonstrated various works by contemporary Iranian artists in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur.
Iranian cultural attaché Ali Ziaei and a number of Malaysian officials along with 16 political representatives of other countries have participated in the opening ceremony of the exhibition.
Twelve Iranian artists have exhibited their works at a pavilion titled ‘Iran Embassy’ at this year’s international expo.
Paintings by Mina Hedayat, Fatemeh Mofarrahi, Atousa Zolqadr, Asghar Yaqubi, Hamid Pourbahrami and Bahador Moayyer have been showcased at the expo.
Illumination works created by Neda Zoqi, pottery works by Mohammad Kavand, calligraphic paintings by Hojjatollah Ranjbar and calligraphy works by Gholam Reza Rahpeyma and Hossein Sediqi are also among the exhibited works at Iran’s pavilion.
Singapore, China, South Korea, France, Italy, Russia, Brazil, Switzerland, and Belgium are among the countries whose artists flocked to the 2013 Art Expo Malaysia.
Malaysia’s International Art Expo is one of the most anticipated events in the Southeast Asian country, which have run for many years, hosting art galleries from across Malaysia and other countries.
The seventh art expo kicked off at Kuala Lumpur’s Matrade Exhibition and Convention Centre on September 19 and will come to an end on September 22, 2013.
By Press TV
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