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Exhibition at Vancouver museum showcases Arab, Iranian and Turkish artists, and one from West Van.

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Oh Persepolis II is Parviz Tanavoli’s contribution to Safar/Voyage. Contemporary Works by Arab, Iranian and Turkish Artists.

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Artist Ayman Baalbaki stands by his work "Destination X" during the Safar/Voyage. Contemporary Works by Arab, Iranian and Turkish Artists exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver.

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Artist Ayman Baalbaki's work entitled "Destination X" seen here during the Safar/Voyage: Contemporary Works by Arab, Iranian and Turkish Artists exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver.

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Artist Parviz Tanavoli works on a piece entitled "Forty Birds In Cage" at his studio in West Vancouver.

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Artist Parviz Tanavoli works on a sculpture at his studio in West Vancouver.

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Artist Parviz Tanavoli works on a sculpture at his studio in West Vancouver.

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Artist Parviz Tanavoli is photographed at his studio in West Vancouver.

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