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In the beginning of July I attended a wonderful concert in Tehran by the Austro-Iranian Symphony orchestra. It was a tribute concert in honor of the Iranian artist and sculptor Parvis Tanavoli, inspired by his “Lions of Iran” exhibition at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. There were three pieces composed by three Iranian composers, […]
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Frida Kahlo was one of the most remarkable and controversial female artists in the first half of the 20th century. Her paintings are known for being provocative and audacious. Before Frida, the Western art world was not familiarized with images of labors and abortions. It was not accustomed to auto portraits showing internal organs or […]
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