Tara Gallery | Iranian Persian Art Gallery in Pacific Palisades, CA, the showcase for the non-profit organization, The American Foundation for Contemporary Iranian Art (AFCIA). 100% of your donation will be provided to Iranian artists to improve their living conditions and to afford them the freedom to focus on their art. Your donation is tax deductible.
Mission Tara Gallery is the home of contemporary Iranian art in the U.S. It is the platform for The American Foundation for Contemporary Iranian Art (AFCIA) to showcase and support its mission.
Established in 2003, AFCIA is a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization devoted to promoting and supporting contemporary Iranian art in the U.S. Director Ms Homa Taraji is the director of Tara Gallery and the co-founder and president of The American Foundation for Contemporary Iranian Art (AFCIA.org).
Ms Taraji has been a curator and exhibitor of contemporary Iranian art in the United States since 2002. She has long-term relationships and access to artists, art administrators, collectors, auctioneers, and galleries in Iran.
In parallel with arts, Ms Taraji has had a long career in space programs and information technology with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Aerospace Corporation in California. She holds a B.S. degree in Physics and an M.S. in Electronics from Tehran University and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.
Art Viewing and Purchase The artworks are available for viewing and purchase online and by appointment at Tara Gallery’s main office. The works will also be presented annually at pop-up exhibitions throughout the U.S. A portion of the art purchase is tax deductible. To schedule an appointment please call: 310.489.2417
TAX DEDUCTIBLE We are a nonprofit art gallery, which makes a portion of your purchase tax deductible.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We stand by our paintings and guarantee that you will love them! If not, we take them back.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY If you live in Los Angeles we can install a piece in your house for one week.