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Etemad gallery is proud to announce an exhibition of recent paintings by Iranian artist Aryan Lavasani. Arian Lavasani's paintings are what he describes as his personal language and means of expression.These works, a reference to the artist's surrealist influences. The language of art is philosophical, investigative and a critic of contemporary realities

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