Under the supervision of Masoud Shojaei-Tabatabai, who is the director of the Arts Bureau’s Visual Arts Office, the exhibition features visual arts related to the Islamic Revolution, Mehr News Agency reported.

Speaking about the details of the exhibition, he said that the first section is the poster exhibition featuring 30 posters is inspired by Avini’s words and writings.

Shojaei-Tabatabai noted that the second section is a photography expo with photos taken by Ebrahim Asgharzadeh and French artist Michel Setboun.

The painting section houses 20 works of the bureau created during the early years of the Islamic Revolution, he added.

The Arts Bureau holds a number of other exhibitions to pay tribute to the week.

In 1993, Avini was martyred at the age of 46 by a landmine during his trip to the former Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) zone in southwestern Iran while making a documentary about soldiers who were still listed as missing in action.

He became famous for the documentary, ‘The Narration of Triumph,’ and is called “the master of martyred writers” by his colleagues and war veterans due to the fervent narrations he wrote for his documentaries.



Source: Iran Daily