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The review of the works of Ebrahim Faraji exhibition will be held at the CAMA Gallery by showcasing the self-portraits of this contemporary painter.
According to the Online Gallery quoted by the public relation of the CAMA Gallery, Amir Yeganeh, the curator of this exhibition said: “23 paintings created by Ebrahim Faraji, a photographer and contemporary filmmaker from 1959 to 1967, will be shown for the first time”.
He commented on the technique of paintings of Ebrahim Faraji:”most of the works are oil paintings on canvas or watercolour on paper, the style of the works of Master Faraji in this exhibition was Impressionism. This upcoming exhibition shows the works of this artist that have not been shown yet. Ebrahim Faraji is a leading contemporary painter and also an experienced art teacher. He graduated from the School of Dramatic Arts with a major in cinematography. He studied painting at the faculty classes and experienced his first solo exhibition at the same college (1965). He then participated in group exhibitions of galleries such as the Perspolise, Niazi, Sheikh and so forth. In 1971, he also exhibited at the Seyhoun Gallery, which this year has been the peak of his artwork. Two years later, he opened an exhibition at the Sullivan Gallery.
Faraji’s paintings were humbled in the 80s alongside other paintings in two exhibitions at Niazi Gallery.
The review of the works of Ebrahim Faraji exhibition will be held on November 23 at CAMA Gallery. Visitors interested in this exhibition can visit the second floor of the CAMA Gallery at 10th Street Golestan, Pasdaran Street.