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In 2002, Etemad Gallery, was built up in Tehran by Mina and Amir Hossein Etemad. Mina Etemad, a pioneer of contemporary craftsmanship in Iran, was amongst the first to join the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. She was instrumental in situating Iran as one of the greatest gatherers of western workmanship amid the 1970's in the center east. The display is focused on featuring so as to raise the profile of Iranian contemporary workmanship rising and set up craftsmen. The works showed range from reflection to figuration, with adherence to creative strategies and stylish styles. Today, Iran's developing contemporary workmanship scene challenges generalizations of a general public buried in convention. Youthful vanguard specialists discover motivation in regularly intricate and interlaced sub-societies. These craftsmen portray improvements activated by quick urbanization, globalization and changes in demographics, while they address some theoretical subjects like advancement, personality, gentility and savagery. Etemad's dedication to contemporary workmanship is profoundly established in a background marked by energy for craftsmanship, empowered by supporting craftsmen all through various phases of their vocation.