Winners of The 14th “Image of The Year” Festival (Tassvir) Announced


Armin Amirian winner of the Different View Section


At the 14th “Image of The Year” Art Festival of Iran 2017 (Jashn-e Tassvir) , Armin Amirian won the Art Photography Special Statue and got the first place for the special section of Creative Art Photography “Different View” .


This year’s ceremony and the follow up exhibition were held at the Iranian Artists Forum, Tehran.

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“Focus Iran 2” Winners Announced


Armin Amirian’s “Coalition” Got Selected For The “Focus Iran 2” Exhibition


Armin Amirian was selected for participating in the Farhang Foundation “Focus Iran 2” exhibition at the Craft & Folk Art Museum of Los Angeles (CAFAM) along other artists to represent their perspectives about Iran.
The exhibition takes place at CAFAM from January 29 to May 7, 2017. It will continue on to the University of California, Irvine’s Viewpoint Gallery from September 16 to October 13, 2017.

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Armin Amirian At The Fl3tch3r Exhibit 2016

The selected artists for the fl3tch3r exhibit 2016 announced


The Fletcher Exhibit is a juried show with the theme of social and politically engaged art; dedicated to Fletcher H. Dyer.

Armin Amirian was chosen with the “Gelofen” artwork as the only artist from Iran.

The exhibition takes place at the Reece Museum, USA from October 10 to December 19, 2016.

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The 3rd “Art For Peace” Grand Festival 2015

Armin Amirian participated in Iran art for peace (solh festival)

This year’s festival was focused on the importance of environmental issues and their connection with the peace around the world, including the water crisis which has become a serious issue, especially in Iran through the past decade.
Armin Amirian was one of the invited participants of the 2015 festival with works present at the photography section.
The exhibition and the ceremony took place at Niavaran Cultural Center in Tehran from September 11 to 21, 2015.


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