Mahboubeh Kazemi Doulabi

  • The third edition of Baran Handwriting Impression and Calligraphy Auction and exhibition began work on Tuesday at the Rayzan International Conference Hall. A metal engraving featuring verses of the Holy Quran fetched 77 billion rials (over $1.8 million) during the auction, which is dedicated to the sale of inscription impressions and calligraphy works.

  • The third edition of Baran Handwriting Impression and Calligraphy Auction and exhibition began work on Tuesday at the Rayzan International Conference Hall. A metal engraving featuring verses of the Holy Quran fetched 77 billion rials (over $1.8 million) during the auction, which is dedicated to the sale of inscription impressions and calligraphy works.

  • The third edition of Baran Handwriting Impression and Calligraphy Auction and exhibition began work on Tuesday at the Rayzan International Conference Hall. A metal engraving featuring verses of the Holy Quran fetched 77 billion rials (over $1.8 million) during the auction, which is dedicated to the sale of inscription impressions and calligraphy works.

  • TEHRAN. (HONARONLINE) – Over half of the art may have been guaranteed to sell before this year’s Baran Handwriting Impression & Calligraphy Auction even got underway in Tehran on Friday, 22 February. But the auction, no doubt, set a new record for a single sale, selling 11,769,000,000 billion tomans of art.

  • The third edition of Third Baran Handwriting Impression & Calligraphy Auction managed to generate over 11.5 billion tomans on Friday at the main hall of Rayzan International Conference Centre.

  • The third edition of Baran Handwriting Impression & Calligraphy Auction managed to generate over 11.5 billion tomans on Friday at the main hall of Rayzan International Conference Centre.

  • TEHRAN. (HONARONLINE) – The artworks include calligraphy, unique Holy Koran volumes and more, and they are up for grabs in the third Baran Auction here in Tehran in the main hall of Rayzan International Conference Centre on Friday, 22 February.

  • TEHRAN. (HONARONLINE) – More and more investors in the world are looking at the art market as an alternative to traditional investment assets. At the same time, numerous academic studies have tried to ascertain the returns for art over the years. The question is how come this is not happening in Iran, why not many so many people invest in art?

  • Taraneh Baran Gallery continues to pull the crowd in the First International Tourism Economy and Investment Expo in Tehran. The new event is underway in the Iran Mall under the auspices of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.