Tthat he Contemporary and Modern Art (CAMA) Gallery was creating waves as it means its London opening, with preemptive engagements observing the work of internationally active Iranian creatives. Late last season, the company served a November launch event in the Hotel Cafe Royal, with CAMA Gallery pushing for a suitable 2018 inaugural event, date however unspecified.
This time is now announced and approaching, and the CAMA Gallery will properly open on April 5th, 2018, in its latest location at 19 Dacre Street at London. En route to the date, the creator Mona Kosheghbal of CAMA has kept busy, both in the Tehran location in addition to at the various pop-up branded occasions she is coordinated, making buzz throughout London.
By Afshin Pirhashemi
Section of CAMA’s authentic focus was a mediated dialogue between Iran and the West, by situating Iranian creatives as artistic trendsetters and lauding the financially viable investment readily available to sponsors of the European art industry. Last year February watched CAMA celebrate artist Fatemeh Divandari within an exhibition titled “The Shade of Kindness,” which ran from February 16th to the 27th.
The inaugural London display, “Sensation,” will comprise 19 contemporary Iranian artists, with works that “…are vastly diverse in subject and style, ranging from hyper-realistic painting to calligraphy, every slice selected [aiming] to stimulate the senses of the audience”
A variant of the press release for example the names of the 19 artists together with detailed descriptions can be obtained here.
Cover art work by Mojgan Habibi
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