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Seyhoun Gallery Sanaz Alavi Nasser Azizi Niloufar Hossein Sadaf Mortazavi 01
Tehran

Nasser Azizi, Sanaz Alavi, Niloufar Hosseini & Sadaf Mortazavi

Group Painting Exhibition

Opening: Friday February 10, 2012 From 4 to 8 pm

Exhibition will remain open until February 15, 2012

Every day from 10am to 6pm

  • Majeed Panahee joo almost 2 years ago
    motasefaneh az taraf kambiz hich javabi daryaft nakardam hanoz
  • Majeed Panahee joo almost 2 years ago
    please give me some time to find a direct connection to Kambiz I will send you a message soon
  • Gity Reyhani almost 2 years ago
    I am an old friend of Kambiz Derambakh and admire, still, his work. I will be pleased to contact him. Is it possible to have his mail or phone number? Beacause I am not on face book, I live in Paris and I am a professor and have a project to right about children drawings...
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