CAMA Gallery launch at the Cafe Royal

The London Journalist was invited to The Cafe Royal for drinks at CAMA Gallery's London launch.

CAMA (Contemporary And Modern Art) Gallery is making its debut in London as the first gallery solely dedicated to Iranian art. Launching at the beautiful Cafe Royal, CAMA Gallery had 30 opulent artworks on display from highly-acclaimed Iranian artists, including Sohrab Sepehri, Bahman Mohasses and Parviz Tanavoli.

CAMA Gallery will be based in London's St James, and marks the success of their live online gallery and exhibiting space in Tehran.

Installing 'Blue', Fereydoun Omidi at CAMA Launch Nov 17.jpg
Installing 'Untitled', Nasser Ovissi at CAMA Launch Nov 17.jpg
Installing 'Amongst the Myth', Ali Nedaei at CAMA Launch Nov 17.jpg

High profile figures from the Iranian and London art world came together to the view the works of these Iranian artists, who are represented by CAMA and who will exhibit in CAMA's new gallery in London next year. 

CAMA Gallery aims to be a leading force in the growth and expansion of the art industry in Iran and the Middle East. CAMA showcases art of all genres in physical galleries and online, offering contemporary artists exposure and global recognition.