Etemad Art Gallery Sep 2012 Vishka Assayesh Zeinab Hashemi Paintings And Sculptures Exhibition 01

Vishka Assayesh

born 7 november 1972

studied technical theater designe at Wimbeldon school of art UK

2008 solo exhibition sculpture exhibition, Assar art Gallery Tehra Iran

2009 Group medalion exhibition, Birmingham, UK

2010 First medalion exhibition in Iran with Parviz Tanavoli, Mah-e Mehr Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2012 sculpture exhibition, Etemad art gallery, Tehran Iran

Zeinab Hashemi

born 1983

BA painting, Alzahra university, Tehran, Iran 

Solo exhibition:

2009 Laleh Gallery, Tehran, Iran

Group exhibition

2004 Iranian artist forum, Tehran, Iran

2006 Aria art gallery, Tehran, Iran

2009 Aria art gallery, Tehran, Iran


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