Tehran, Chamran Highway
Tehran, Qeytarieh Park, March 2015
Qeytarieh Park at first days of Spring
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Tehran, May 2015
Hoardings in the Iranian capital are normally reserved for ads, religious quotes or anti-US slogans. But, overnight, the Iranian capital has had a facelift. In a project which the city’s mayor hopes will encourage people to visit museums, the billboard ads have been replaced with artworks by renowned local and foreign artists. For 10 days, images by the likes of Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Henri Matisse are turning the capital into a giant urban art gallery. Tehran’s citizens watch about 700 artworks on 1500 billboards in 10 days.
Canaletto, Grand Canal Venice, 1724
Picasso, Harlequin, 1915
Left: Hasegawa Tohaku, Pine Trees, 16th century
Muhammad Zaman, 17th century
Ilya Repin, Barge Haulers on the Volga, 1870
Reza Shahabi, Shepherd, 1971
Juan Sanchez Cotan, Quince Cabbage Melon and Cucumber, 1602
Sohrab Sepehri, Untitled, 20th century
Tehran, Baharestan, 2015/3/28
Negarestan garden and museum is one of the Qajar Shahs’ summer palaces which now is a museum-garden which consists of some museum, gallery and cafe’. The age of this garden is more than 200 years.
“Jahangir Arjmand” Miniator Sculptures museum
“Kamal-ol-Molk” School Museum with valuable paintings of Kamal-ol-Molk and his students.
Sculpture of Kamal-ol-Molk
An Art work inside a Hawz in the garden
Tehran, Tehranpars, 2015/3/31
Flood in Tehran streets after a heavy rain and hail.