Titled “Tehran-Kabul,” the exhibition features photos from 24 artists who show their personal perspectives of the two cities, Iranian art researcher Pejman Dadkhah and Afghan photographer and painter Fatima Hosseini are the curators of the event.
Participating artists include graphic designer and photographer Arman Estepanian, visaual artist Kourosh Adim, Iranian-Armenian writer and photographer Yourik Karim-Masihi, Afghan street photographer Mahboubeh Hezara and award winning Afghan filmmaker and photographer Davoud Helmand.
The exhibition reviews various concepts of each city from the perspective of the photographers. It aims to change the misconceptions about the capitals of the two neighboring countries.
It will run until July 4. The venue is located at No. 27, Kavousi Alley, West Roudbar St., Shariatei St., Mirdamad St.
Source: Financial Tribune