Announcing this, head of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ministry's Visual Arts Office,
Mohammad Shaloui, told Fars News Agency that 46 images of Persian gardens would be among the highlights of the event.
The gardens include Shazdeh Garden near Mahan in Kerman province and Narenjestan-e Qavam in the city of Shiraz, Fars province, presstv.com reported.
"A conceptual work by Mojtaba Kalhor, a professor at the Venice Architecture University, will also be showcased," Shaloui said.
"Iranian artists have been invited to the architecture section of the prestigious event for the first time. Though, they had previously participated in the event+s visual arts section,” Shaloui added
Sixty-three countries, including Russia, Canada and the UK, will be attending the event.
Iran took part in the 50th edition of the biennial in 2003 with Hossein Khosrojerdi, Behrouz Darash, and Ahmad Nadalian. Mandana Moqaddam and Bita Fayyazi represented Iran in the 51st edition. Iran missed the 52nd edition in 2007.