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Haftsamar Art Gallery Sep Oct 2012 Group Exhibition Nasrin Barekat Mahnaz Sorooshnasab Soodabeh Zolfaghari 01
Tehran

Nasrin Barekt 

Born in Iran,November 1967

Education :

BA in Accounting from Tehran university

Associate degree in painting from Tehran ACECR

Associate Degree in Photography from Tehran ACECR

Painting Courses with Karim Nasr for 6 years.

Activities:

Two solo exhibitions in Iran

Three group exhibition in Iran

International art activities from 2010

Participated in several international competitions and get points

ArtExpoTehran Executive Manager

Mahnaz Sorooshnasab

Born in Tabriz , 1973

B.A from Alzahra University , 1997

Soudabeh Zolfaghari

Graduated from University of Tehran

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