So far ahead

The top 30 winners of the social network art competition for Iranian artists

So far ahead
by Green Tea

The show runs from March 1st to March 31st, 2012, at the following locations:

* March 1st to 15th at ABRA Gallery in Los Angeles: 30941 Agoura Road #310 Westlake Village, CA 91361 ,Tel: 818-889-ABRA (2272)

* March 16th to 30th at ART PEOPLE Gallery: 50 Post St. #41 San Francisco, CA 94104 - (415) 956-3650


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Hooshang Tarreh-Gol

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Nice collection

by Hooshang Tarreh-Gol on

Decent introductory video, and great background music. Don't konw why that music always reminds me of Forough.

A good collection from the younger generation, with some influences of the old. Couldn't help but notice Ardeshire Mohasses' influence on  works of: Omid Fazeli @2:14, Mina Mohammad Beigi,...The former work (Fazeli) looks almost like a page out of "Havay Tofani."


How about an exhibition on the East coast? US and Canda. Toronto is awaiting you.


Tiger Lily

They deserve

by Tiger Lily on

a much better promotional video. This is not good enough,relative to some of the excellent work.


Excellent work

by ramintork on

I love the work that is being produced.

If you want to see more work from contemporary Artists then the Persbook competion is worth the browsing: 



by پندارنیک on

کار "بهاره بیشه" را بسیار پسندیدم............آن شاه آیت‌الّله با بلندگو هم، مال هر کس که هست، زیباست........


JJ Iranians have never faced such Savagery From World Powers

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

My Wish and Prayer is that change is inevitable.  Sadly Mollaha ba in siasateh kesafateh Amerika moondan.  Saying that change for the worst is always possible in Iran goes without saying.  With admiration In memory of the Great Pahlavi Monarchs, who made change for the best possible. Khoda Biamorze. Great Art Work.

Jahanshah Javid

Change is inevitable

by Jahanshah Javid on

This is how far ahead Iranian art is from the mind-set of a violently retarded minority that rules Iran. It is only repression that is holding back progress. This vast difference is unsustainable. Iran will change... for the better. "For the better" may be my wishful thinking. But the status quo is unnatural. Change is inevitable.