Entries by علی مال زیری پاپی

Visiting Minister of Information and Communications Technology at the Time Museum

This morning, Mr. Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, Minister of Information and Communications Technology of the Islamic Republic of Iran visited the Time Museum , this visit took place during a working session at the museum. The Time Museum is one of the most important tourist attractions in Tehran, organized by the Cultural Institute of the […]

The Smithsonian Museums Have Fallen Victim to the Government Shutdown, Closing Until Further Notice

  Since the partial government shut down in the US took affect on December 22, the Smithsonian Institution has limped along, staying open by using leftover funds from prior years—until today. As the lapse in funding continues, all 19 Smithsonian museums in New York and Washington, DC, have been forced to close their doors. The National Gallery […]


Exhibition:ENTRANCE OF   PARADISE Joint work of C.IM and Milad Tower of Tehran: Introducing a Fantastic Exhibition. ۱۰ January – January 18 2019 According to C.I.M s public relations, the inauguration day of the exhibition by the name: “TENTRANCE OF   PARADISE” will be on Thursday 10 January 2019 in the east side gallery of the milad […]

Archaeologists and curators leaving UK over Brexit fears

Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War March 15, 2019 — August 18, 2019 Smithsonian American Art Museum Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965–۱۹۷۵ explores artistic reactions to the Vietnam War created during the height of the US intervention in Southeast Asia. An unpopular and internally divisive conflict, America’s war in Vietnam […]

Archaeologists and curators leaving UK over Brexit fears

Exhibition of Selected New Acquisitions  ۴October 2018 – ۲۷ January 2019 Prints and drawings have been an integral part of the Museum’s collection since its founding in 1753. To help navigate this extraordinary and vast collection, our latest exhibition highlights a selection of diverse works purchased, donated or bequeathed to the Museum over the last […]

Archaeologists and curators leaving UK over Brexit fears

Archaeologists and curators leaving UK over Brexit fears Visa uncertainty and expected loss of EU funding affecting culture industry, leaders say a no-deal Brexit would cause severe disruption across the UK’s culture, science and design sectors, industry leaders have said. The expected loss of EU funding and uncertainty over the status of EU nationals after […]

Nao Victoria Museum

Nao Victoria Museum A display of hand-built replicas of the legendary vessels used by Patagonian and Antarctic explorers. Rising unexpectedly from an industrial park by the windswept shores of the Strait of Magellan is a full-size replica of Ferdinand Magellan’s Nao Victoria carrack, the first ship to circumnavigate the Earth. The replica is the earliest in […]

Nazi-Looted Art

Nazi-Looted Art After Nazi art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt died in a car crash in 1956, Nicoline Benita Renate (known to her family as Benita) found herself struggling to come to terms with the singular inheritance her father had left behind. In a 1964 letter addressed to her older brother Cornelius, she wrote, “I sometimes think […]