TEHRAN (IFILM) -- Fifty-year metalworking masterpieces made by prestigious Iranian artists have been put on display in Tehran.
Some 136 works made by Iranian artists are being showcased in an exhibition at the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage & Tourism (RICHT).
The works are inspired by great Iranian artists like Mahmoud Dehnavi, Ahmad Finastian, Hassan Khaje Shirani, Kheirollah Karimian, Reza Poushideh Namjou, Mahdi Hakimi, Jamal Paknejad, Abbas Bayat, and Asghar Seedi.
Metalworking is the process of shaping and reshaping metals to create useful objects, parts, assemblies, and large scale structures.
The exhibition, which will run from 10 AM to 2 PM every day except for holidays, will last until July 21, 2021.