TEHRAN, Oct. 7 (MNA) -- Belgian artist Jean-Francois Pirson is currently in Iran to register the engravings of the Iranian land art artist Ahmad Nadalian.

Last week he traveled around Tehran Province with Nadalian and registered his series of engraving in nature by taking photos and making sketches. He also took notes.


Jean-Francois Pirson (1950) is a professor at the Lambert Lombard Higher Institute of Architecture in Liege. 


Pirson has traveled to many countries, and his photos, drawings, notes, and reproductions of his installation works have been published in many magazines and books. He has also published many books including “The Structure and the Object” and “The Body and the Chair”.


Nadalian is the founder of the Paradise: International Residential Center for Creation and Exhibition of Art in Nature.


He has constructed a small building in the valley beside the Polur River as a temporary residence for international artists. The building is located in “Paradise Garden”, adjacent to Golpar Spring in the village of Polur, which is 65 kilometers northeast of Tehran, near Mount Damavand.





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