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Atbin Gallery April 2012 Mehdi Dashti 02
Tehran

Mehdi Dashti appears quiet masterful in his surreal approach toward the subject of loneliness and melancholy in metropolitan man. His metamorphosed figures are mingled with night glow buildings in such crafty way that makes this collection a pleasant & decorative must see. 

Copyright: Majeed Panahee Joo
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