First He Wrought, and Afterward He Taught: An Exhibition of the Jewelry of Parviz Tanavoli and His Students

December 17th was the opening night of Dar Al Funoon Gallery in Kuwait with the presence of the amazing ostad (master) Parviz Tanavoli, an acclaimed Iranian sculptor, painter, scholar and art collector, showcasing mini wearable sculptural artworks created by him and his Iranian students: Ali and Amir Mousavizadeh, Anahita Anasseri, Atena Akhavan, Azadeh Tabiban, Farish Alborkzouh, Hosna Arbabi, Leyli Taheri, Mahrooz Beladi, Mahsa Kheirkhah, Maryam Tabaei, Nariman Nakhjiri, Naz Maryam Sheikhha,Niloofar Salehi, Roshanak Ramezani, Sahar Doustar, Sara Razmi, Sara Vijeh, Sepideh Nouri, Shabnam Arfand, Sogol Jamdar, Sussan Mostowfi. The exhibition ends in 2 weeks. Sneak peek here.

Make sure to check out the digital catalog of this amazing exhibition at Issue.com, a leading digital publishing platform, here. 

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