How can the desert be the oasis away from the city life? During my last visit in Iran, I saw people seeking sanctuary in the barren landscapes.
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Colors and portraits inside the bazaar, photo essay by Andrea Giubelli Walking in the streets of Isfahan, the ancient capital of Persia, you are into a world with just a
Walking in the streets of Isfahan, the ancient capital of Persia, and now the most religious city of Iran, it’s very easy to see young women dressed with strict black
The Carmignac Foundation presents an exhibition of work by the Iranian photographer Newsha Tavakolian, 5th winner of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award. Newsha Tavakolian’s reportage focuses on the feeling of claustrophobia
The photos of AkkasKhaneh Ziba during the 40s – 70s; Isfahan
The administrators of the page, titled Stealthy Freedoms of Iranian women, say they “do not belong to any political group and that the initiative reflects the concerns of Iranian women
Kaveh Golestan, Iranian documentary photographer (1950-2003). In 1979 he was awarded the Robert Capa Gold Medal for “superlative photography requiring exceptional courage and enterprise abroad”.
The collection of photos published in this magazine is a photo-story of personal concerns, documentations and reports made by 14 photographers who live and work in Iran.
Writer(s): Behzad Nejadghanbar
The collection of photos you can see here covers a broad spectrum of tastes, concerns and outlooks, which may at first sight seem irrelevant. Yet, sorting and carefully comparing the
Today as much as our lives have been disassociated from its surrounding environment, yet it is directly influenced by it. The shots have captured the cruel moments of misery and
Self preservation is perhaps the most collective primal instinct since it is the way to assure further sustenance; the deep need to continue existence is so strong that it should
Nowadays, travel has become an indispensable part of modern life. For the modern man, travel turns out to have a different, new meaning, interpreted as “moving from one place to
This collection takes seventeen shots to deal with the presence of cameras around the everyday lives of the people. An absolute presence of which even the most virgin and unseen places
Prostitutes, child laborers, narcotic addicts, rubbers, run away girls, immigrant from other towns and villages, unemployed and homeless families seek refuge from cold winter nights in public buses that are