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Shirin Art Gallery Garden June 2012
Tehran

Shirin Art Gallery

Shirin Art Gallery, established in Tehran since 2005, is dedicated to the presentation and promotion of emerging as well as established artists from Iran. The gallery, which has two main displaying rooms,the smaller gallery hosts the permanent collection of the gallery while its main gallery is home for a series of bi-weekly exhibitions for the most famous and upcoming artists of Iran whose works are of good quality and yet affordable.

In addition to the paintings, sculptures and photography, there is a section for exclusive books and a small gift shop.

The gallery is managed by qualified personnel; all contain well-established backgrounds in the field of Arts and offer consultation to clients.Through the course of its business, Shirin Gallery has established a lasting working and mutually beneficial relationship with artists and promotes Iranian artist internationally.

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