Photo project about hip hop culture in Iran. Rappers, breakdance dancers and many others are developing hip hop in a country where there are many difficulties to develop.
I had talked about Iran to many people and they had always told me that (even if they had never been to Iran!) they knew that Iranian people were amazing. Well, it's true.
…they do not live in a suitable condition. The children lack medical care, welfare, water, electricity and education.
Near the city of Isfahan, there are many brick baking workshops. Most of the workers are Afghan immigrants and they do the tasks as family.
Sono tornata con occhi e mente assetati, ho cercato di capire, ho camminato per giorni e giorni… ho ricordato il coraggio.
Homes can be in everywhere, throughout when you open the door, find there as a home, an incredible sense that name is home sense.
Le modalità del vivere del pastore transumante si alternano tra stabilità e precarietà, l’attaccamento sedentario alla terra e l’essere nomade in continuo movimento
My parents have only a few photos of themselves from before the Islamic Revolution in Iran. My obsession with these photos, and with the photos we do not have, led to this project: It’s Hard to Kill.
About Lake Urmia, that has begun to be dried because of ecosystem changes and some other human factors.
Ashiqs were artists who had been writing poetry, creating stories since a long time ago and somehow were their tribe's people's tongue.
It’s a picture of a place which no longer exists; like all other places where the presence of human does not signify prosperity, but anonymity…
Like the life is changing in Iran, starting by some little things.
How the lack of investments and the ethnic discriminations affect daily life of Kurds in Iran.
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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