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Blue Vision Photography Festival opens in Tehran 

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Blue Vision Photography Festival opens in Tehran 

TEHRAN – The second edition of the Blue Vision Photography Festival, which aims to optimize the use of available resources and raise awareness of clean energy, opened at the Negarestan Garden Museum of the University of Tehran on Sunday.

Photos by 69 Iranian and 13 foreign photographers have been put on view, the director of the festival, Masud Makkari, said in a press conference on Sunday.

The photos will be competing in the three sections of cellphone, professional and international.

Photographer Mahmud Kalari, actress Niki Karimi, art scholar Mojtaba Aqai and photographer Shadi Qadirian are the Iranian members of the festival’s jury.

Also included is Nicolai Niemann, an environmental activist, producer and director, and the founder and administrator of the Berlin International Green Film Festival.

The photos will be displayed for 10 days at the Ruholamin Gallery of the museum.


 

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