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Berlin to exhibit Iranian illustrations

the princess by farideh khalatbaree, illustrated by fereshteh najafi, shabaviz publication,2009.

Germany will be hosting the first exhibition of Iranian illustrations slated to be held from May 14 to June 4 at the Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin.

According to Iran Book News Agency (IBNA), 15 Iranian illustrators will present their works in the event.

A collection of 54 illustrations published in 18 books have been selected by Shabaviz publication for the exhibition.

The related books will also be presented for sale in the exhibition.

All the illustrators and their collection have been selected over a year of assessment by experts.

The collection for this exhibition is as follows:

1. "Iron Shoes" and "Payvand"(link) authored by Farideh Khalatbaree and illustrated by Farshid Shafiei

2. "The foggy day that never ended" authored by Ahmad Reza Ahmadi and illustrated by Sharareh Khosravani

3. "Jamshid and Khorshid" authored by Farideh Khalatbaree and illustrated by Sahar Bardaee

4. "The trip of a butterfly" by Marjan Keshavarzi Azad and "Look, look, like this!" by Kambiz Kakavand, illustrated by Morteza Zahedi

5. "I love you" by Mehdi Mir-kiaee, illustrated by Atieh Bozorg Sohrabi

6. "The boy who knew how to count" by Hoda Haddadi, illustrated by Nazli Tahvily

7. "The guard of sun" by Laleh Jaafari, illustrated by Amir Shaabanipour

8. "The land of water lilies" by Farideh Khalatbaree, illustrated by Ali Boozari

9. "It is the same" by Farideh Khalatbaree and "Black pencil and red pencil" by Mohammad Reza Shams, illustrated by Ali Reza Goldouzian

10. "The princess" by Farideh Khalatbaree, illustrated by Fereshteh Najafi

11. "The road" by Mohammad Reza Shams, illustrated by Negin Ehtesabian

12. My daddy’s tattoos" by Ali Naseri, illustrated by Neda Azimi

13. "Wolves and humans" by Farideh Khalatbaree, illustrated by Saba Maasoumian

14. "Two Friends" illustrated and authored by Hoda Haddadi

15. "Vicious circle" by Farideh Khalatbaree, illustrated by late Ali Namvar

Source: presstv.ir

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