Art Bureau in Tehran Poster Exhibition Spotlights Massacre of Myanmar Muslims

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 11:42

Art Bureau in Tehran has held an international exhibition to display posters on the massacre of Muslims in Myanmar and the atrocity of the country’s government that has caused thousands of these Muslims to flee to Bangladesh.

According to Art Bureau’s Visual Arts Department director Masud Shojaei-Tabtabai, artists from 19 countries, including China, Indonesia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, Austria, Italy, the U.S., Poland, Egypt and Algeria presented their posters in this exhibition.

A miniature painting titled “The Wings of the Heaven” on Mohsen Hojaji, an Iranian soldier who was killed by Daesh forces in Syria during August, was also unveiled on the sidelines of the exhibit.

The miniature, which has been created by Mehdi Farrokhi, is the sixth artworks made on Hojaji under the auspices of the Art Bureau.

Art enthusiasts could visit an international poster exhibition on the massacre of Muslims in Myanmar at the Art Bureau in Tehran on October 10, 2017.


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