Rome (IP) - The Arca di Noesis Gallery, located near the Colosseum in Rome, is currently hosting an exhibition of exquisite artworks by Iranian gilding artists.

Iran PressEurope: The exhibition, which features the themes of Windbreakers, Painting Places, and Silence, will run until Tuesday and has been warmly received by the Italian public.

Rossana Placidi, the head of the Arca di Noesis gallery, expressed her delight at hosting the exhibition in Rome, stating that it provides an opportunity to showcase the works of Iranian artists with a unique perspective, allowing Italians to gain a deeper understanding of their cultural heritage.

In an interview with Iran Press, Placidi added that art is a universal language that transcends borders and enables different nations to communicate with ease.

Farzin Pirouzpey, the managing director of Tazhib Cultural and Art Institute, which brought the works of Iranian artists to Rome, explained that the purpose of the exhibition is to introduce the paintings of young and talented artists in various fields of visual arts to a wider audience.

Pirouzpay emphasized that such exhibitions will enable art lovers and collectors to become more familiar with the works of Iranian artists and provide them with access to the world's most prestigious art markets.

Paolo Gelsomini, an architect, was impressed by the exhibition and commented that the beautiful paintings of wind turbines in Iran reminded him of a similar project he worked on in Sardinia a decade ago.

He acknowledged that while Sardinia and Iran are vastly different, the performance of their wind turbines is the same, and he believes that the use of renewable energy is crucial in addressing the environmental problems and energy crises facing the world today.


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