Homa Gallery is one of the oldest galleries in Tehran, which was established in 2005 by Parziv Maleki and also Hengameh Moammeri as its director. After many relocations, this complex is currently located on Sanai Street in the Karim Khan district.
Homa Gallery aims to review the modern currents of Iranian visual art and introduce new and emerging talents, and in this regard, cooperates with various museums and foundations. Homa Gallery is also trying to introduce a generation of young artists to the countries of the Middle East, Europe, and America.
Homa Gallery is both the founder and executive of the Montakhab-Nasl-E No annual and has introduced successful artists to the Iranian art scene. The Montakhab-Nasl-E No annual focused more on the art of painting, showcasing the works of 20-35-year-old artists selected by masters. The tenth period of this event which was held in 2017, was dedicated to showing the artworks of selected artists from previous periods.
Homa Gallery has also carried out activities in the field of book publishing in collaboration with other collections. Among the books that have been published in collaboration with this gallery, we can mention "Fereydoun Ain't No Angle" which was a dialogue between Shahrooz Nazari and Fereydoun Ave, and "Boogie Woogie in Tehran" which was another theoretical dialogue with Mehrdad Mohebali.
Among the important exhibitions that were held in Homa Gallery, we can mention two shows: "Ardeshir after thirty years" and "Ardeshirestan" in the years 2006 and 2007 which presented the works of Ardeshir Mohassess in Iran after about three decades. Homa Gallery participated in Teer Art in both 2019 and 2020.
No. 8 | West 4th Alley | Sanaee St. | Karimkhan St. | Tehran | Iran