Alle Posts mit dem Tag "Shirin Neshat"
Born on this day in 1957, Shirn Neshat is considered to be the foremost visual photographer addressing the social, political and psychological dimensions of women’s experience in contemporary Islamic societies.
As she celebrates her 57th Birthday, take a look at some of Neshat’s most iconic work.
- 3 weeks ago,
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Iranian Photography Now
Check out the Iranian Photography Now sale.
Iranian photographers in particular depict a different Iran from the one typically seen in western media. While many viewers are used to seeing news images that portray Iran as an anti-American nation, these artists offer a glimpse into everyday Iranian life. They show what it means to live and work in Iran as artists expressing themselves through imagery and symbols that are inherent to their culture. These artists create unique and powerful photographic images through the incorporation of distinctly Iranian motifs, including traditional clothing, such as burkas and headscarves, and popular designs and patterns traditionally seen in garments and rugs.
- 1 year ago,
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Happy birthday, Shirin Neshat!
The celebrated Iranian visual artist turns 55 today. Bid on her 1993 C-print, I am Its Secret.
- 2 years ago,
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Women in Asian Contemporary Art
We are featuring extraordinary works by Asian Contemporary artists that explore the changing roles and attitudes of women in a part of the world grounded in tradition, yet affected by increasing globalization and consumerism.
- 2 years ago,
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