Seyhoun Art Gallery
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No 6, 4th St, off Khaled Eslamboli · interesting places nearby
Seyhoun Art Gallery information
In its 4th decade as a sponsor of young Iranian contemporary artists, Seyhoun has regular exhibitions of painting, photography, sculpture and graphic art in its distinctive, black-fronted gallery.