“The 5th edition of the festival will display works by artists from Iran and over 20 other countries,” the secretary of the event, Fereidun Farbud, said in a press release published on Saturday.
“A variety of artworks in the different categories of painting, photography, sculpture, graphic design, installation and video art will be showcased at the exhibit,” he said.
“A special program has been arranged for the closing day of the festival on September 21, which is the International Day of Peace,” Farbud added.
A selection of artworks from previous editions of the festival was exhibited on the sidelines of the 34th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva in March 2017.
The organizers honor an individual who has made a significant contribution to peace with a medal every year.
The festival will run at different galleries of the forum.