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Vali Art Gallery Mrs Vali Pour Khodami St Bijan St Tehran Gallery
Tehran

Vali Art Gallery was founded in 1992 under management of Ms. Mozhgan Valipour. Since then Vali Gallery has been the regular host of famous artists including, but not limited to Mohammad Ehsaei, Aydin Aghdashlou and Yadollah Kaboly.

Mozhgan Valipour, is a graduate of English literature and has been working in Art market for almost 20 years. In 2006, she co-founded Mahe-Mehr art institute to expand and develop Art education in Iran. The mandates of this institute can be listed as:

- Exhibiting the art of famous artists in Iran

- Introducing and helping young artists

- Developing the economy of art in Iran by opening new markets in foreign countries such as United States, Switzerland and France.

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