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Shirin Art Gallery Mar 2013 Light Curated By Iman Safaei 06
Tehran

نمایشگاه پیش رو با گردآوری ایمان صفایی و با همت هنرمندان زیر برپا گردیده است

پرویز تناولی , قباد شیوا , آرمان استپانیان , قدرت ا... عاقلی , صـادق تیــرافکن , محمود بخشــی موخر , لیلا پازوکـــی , شیرین پرتوی , مرتضی زاهدی , محمدرضا شاهرخـــی نژاد , صـفاالــدین امامـی , ایمــان صفایــی , سعیـــد فراهـانی , سهــــراب فرهمنش , طنــاز امیــن , علیرضا محمـــدی

“Light “is an exhibition which is Curetted by Iman Safaei

 PARVIZ TANAVOLI, GHOBAD SHIVA, ARMAN STEPANIAN,  GHODRATOLLAH AAGHELI, SADEGH TIRAFKAN, MAHMOUD BAKHSHI, LEILA PAZOOKI, SHIRIN PARTOVI, MORTEZA ZAHEDI, MOHAMMAD REZA SHAHRKHINEJAD, SAFAEDIN EMAMI, IMAN SAFAEI, SAEED FARAHANI, SOHRAB FARAHMANESH, TANNAZ AMIN, ALIREZA MOHAMMADI

نمایشگاه گروهی با عنوان " نور " اسفند 1391 گردآورنده " ایمان صفایی " گالری شیرین http://www.artin360.com/Shirin.htm

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