Tehran gallery to display calligraphic works on Imam Ali (AS)

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SHAFAQNA - An exhibition of calligraphic-paintings on Imam Ali (AS), the first Imam of the Shia, will open at Tehran’s Hepta Gallery on Friday.

A collection of 20 artworks created by Soheila Ahmadi, Sepideh Ashrafi, Reza Taqipur, Shayan Peimani, Shadi Talaii, Hamid Tolueifard, and eight other artists will go on display at the exhibit entitled “Endless Sea”, curator Mohammadreza Javadinasab told the Persian service of ISNA on Sunday. 

“The young artists have selected a variety of their works created in their own new and specific styles of calligraphic-paintings”, he added. 

“The works are for sale, however the artists mostly aim to transfer their inner feelings about their first Imam through their artworks,” he said. 

He noted that the exhibit has been arranged by the newly-established gallery to support the novices. 

The exhibit will be running until July 5 at the gallery located at 30 Razeqi Shemirani Alley, Ekhtiarieh St. 

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