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Gemmayzeh's ArtLab Gallery is now hosting "Persian Maxis," gathering more than 30 works by 13 Iranian artists, including Morteza Khosravi, Hena Hanzali, Arman Esmailpour and Nahid Kazemi.Layer upon layer has been applied to the canvas so the paint protrudes from the surface like an invasive sculptural presence, as if the artist were luring onlookers into the very fabric of the piece.In Esmailpour's works, the artist confronts the viewer directly."Persian Maxis" is a sequel of sorts to the gallery's January exhibition "Persian Minis," which featured a range of minuscule works by nine Iranian artists that, though small in size, were replete with different perspectives the creator's vision of their native country.Kazemi's small watercolors are dominated by landscape scenes.
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