Recycling junk into art in Iran

A 65 year-old sculptor has opened a museum dedicated to the country's culture, history and mythology.

    A 65 year-old Iranian artist has turned his 1,000sqm garden into the country's first open-air museum.

    He focuses his creative energy on using recycled material and turning what was once considered junk into a shared artistic treasure.

    The museum is dedicated to the culture of Iran and blends together the country's history, modern art and environmental appreciation.

    Al Jazeera's Dorsa Jabbari reports from Lavasan in northern Tehran.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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