By Saira Ansari, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Iranian art has been able to bridge the wide chasm between Iran and the rest of the world in a way that its foreign policy has struggled to achieve. A current exhibition of contemporary Iranian art, featured at the moment at Oi Futuro cultural center in Flamengo, attempts to do just this. Pulso Iraniano (Iranian Pulse) was inaugurated on September 13th and will continue until October 30th, 2011.

Comprised mainly of video and photography works, Iranian Pulse was first designed for . . .

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