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The British Museum no longer England’s busiest
For the first time in ten years, London’s Tate Modern art gallery and museum has become England’s most-visited cultural institution, welcoming 5.87 million visitors in 2018, according to a report by the Visit England tourist office.
Hidden painting under da Vinci masterpiece revealed with new imaging
Research has uncovered new details of a hidden image buried within Leonardo da Vinci’s painting, ‘The Virgin of the Rocks.’
US festival to host Iran’s ‘Boarding Pass’
The Iranian movie, ‘Boarding Pass,’ directed by Mehdi Rahmani, will be screened at the Reading Film Festival in Pennsylvania, the US, slated for October 31 to November 9.
Winners of Iranian Still Photographers’ Celebration announced
The Iranian Society of Still Photographers announced the winners of the fifth edition of a photo contest.
800-year-old script exhibited in China
A week-long seal cutting exhibition of 800-year-old Phags-pa script opened in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, according to the organizer.
Song Kang-ho receives Excellence Award at Locarno Int’l Film Festival
South Korean actor Song Kang-ho has been awarded the Excellence Award at the 72nd Locarno International Film Festival, becoming the first Asian actor to earn the honor.
Iran’s ‘Mr. Deer’ to hit Spanish silver screen
Iranian film, ‘Mr. Deer,’ directed by Mojtaba Mousavi, was selected to go on screen at the second edition of Animario International Film Festival in Madrid, slated for September 26-29.
Yazd officially joins UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities
The central Iranian city of Yazd, with a rich asset of traditional Persian architecture, joined the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC) at a ceremony on Wednesday.
World’s smallest painting hangs in the Sunshine Coast hinterland gallery
A Sunshine Coast Queensland artist created the smallest oil painting in the world, and it has just been hung in a hinterland art gallery in Australia.
Iraqi artists to hold programs in Iran
An Iraqi cultural delegation from Iraq’s Basrah Province, comprising of artists in music, theater and film, arrived in Arvand Free Trade Zone, Khuzestan Province on Tuesday.
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