Kamran Diba

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Farah Diba and Kamran Diba (center) and David Galloway in the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art opening in 1977.

Kamran Diba (Persian: کامران ديبا‎, born 5 March 1937[1]) is a prominent Iranian architect, residing in Paris, France.[2]

He is famous for designing the new campus of Jondishapur University in Ahvaz, the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art,[1] and the Niavaran Cultural Center in Tehran.

He was a visiting scholar at Cornell University.

He is a cousin of Farah Pahlavi, former empress of Iran.[3]

Kamran Diba was also an artist, although the number of works he did seems to be small. He attended Howard University in Washington, DC and did art for the renowned "Blackie" Auger, who was famous for his chain of restaurants and real estate fortune.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Grove Dictionary of Art. "Kamran Diba Biography". Retrieved 2010-04-23. 
  2. ^ BBC Persian. "Book Review: Four Thousand Days in Kamran Diba's Life". Retrieved 2010-04-23. 
  3. ^ Murphy, Kim (2007-09-19). "Picasso is hiding in Iran - Los Angeles Times". Los Angeles Times. 

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