born in 1963, in Iran (Sangsar) Ahmad Nadalian began his art activities in 1979s. His early works at school were cartoon drawings and caricatures. His environmental art projects, include the carving of rocks that can be found in many countries.
The Museum and Gallery of Dr. Ahmad Nadalian in Hormoz Island shows the works of this artists who is internationally known as one of the most active environmental artists. Now most of Nadalian works are scattered across the earth. His environmental art projects, include the carving of rocks that can be found in many countries.
Before the establishing art center the people who addicted to alcohol and drug used this space. In March of 2009 , the Paradise Art Centre on Hormoz Island in the Persian Gulf was established here.
This quirky and very colourful museum – it occupies a brightly painted house smack dab in the village – shows the works of local artist Ahmad Nadalian. Artworks include sand paintings and dolls made of recycled materials. There is a video in English that explains his involvement with local communities.
Hormoz Island (Hurmoz) lies like an oyster shell amidst the waters of the Persian Gulf, covering an area of 41.9 sq. km. Hormoz Island is located to the southeast of Bandar Abbas and lies within 10 nautical miles from it.
Located in Saadabad Historical Complex (Sa'd Abad) in north of Tehran, was built at the end of the Qajar era when it was known as the Shahvand Palace.MORE
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