Kayhan Life features ONE by Iranian-American artist and refugee Nanda Sharif-pour who uses art to inspire kindness, reflection, equality and unity during these times of global political and social unrest. Sharif-pour’s installation invites audiences to engage with the poem
As the Covid-19 pandemic pushes the United States and much of the rest of the world into lockdown, a public art installation in Las Vegas by the Iranian-American artist and refugee Nanda Sharif-pour is using art to inspire kindness, reflection, equality, and unity during these difficult times.
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