Iranian, Turkish artists hold joint exhibition in Istanbul

TEHRAN, Jul. 02 (MNA) – A joint exhibition featuring Iranian and Turkish artists' artworks has kicked off in Istanbul, according to Turkish media.

An exhibition dubbed ‘Immorality’ has recently opened at the art gallery of Istanbul’ Adahan Hotel, Turkish Daily Sabah reported on Monday.

The exhibition is organized through the efforts by Iranian artist and curator Tima Jam in cooperation with the Turkish Contemporary and Modern Art, and Blue Rhino Art.

Jam told Daily Sabah that she and other Iranian artists as well as their Turkish counterparts have organized the exhibition to express cultural union and solidarity.

According to Jam, the exhibition features the works of 11 Turkish and 11 Iranian artists.

She also said that ten Iranian artists continue their works in Iran while only one of them lives in Turkey.

Saying that the theme of the exhibition is ‘immortality,’ she noted that the artworks were chosen based on the exhibition's theme and added that some of the artists produced new works for this exhibition.

“This exhibition tells the story of continuous rejuvenation, reincarnation and lasting existence of nature. It also reflects the continuous cycle of pieces which are stable and unchangeable," Jam explained to Daily Sabah.

"Immortality" features artworks by Iranian artists Afshin Hosseinzadeh, Ali Motamadian, Dariush Hosseini, Fatemeh Divandari, Hamid Asadi, Morteza Khosvari, Navid Zafaralizade, Reza Hosseini, Saeed Asaidi and Saghar Daeiri and the works of their Turkish fellow artists Barış Sarıbaş, Dilara Matarcı, Erhan Özışıklı, Ferhat Salman, Gökhan Deniz, Görkem Usta, Gülveli Kaya, Özge Enginoz, Seydi Murat Koç, Daily Sabah’s report concluded.

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