Tag: Photography

Photobook Tehran

Photobook Tehran is an initiative focused on fostering the culture of photobook making and collection. Its first exhibition was presented simultaneously in Tehran and New York. A number of newly-acquired photobooks from Iran were exhibited […]

Ghazaleh Hedayat’s “Bygones”

Panel discussion revolving around Ghazaleh Hedayat’s exhibition at ag Galerie, “Bygones” with Majid Akhgar, Hadi Azari, and Zanyar Bolouri “Skin is the layer with which one feels the outside world. This bonding layer has always […]

Mohammadreza Mirzaei

On the occasion of his recent exhibition at O Gallery, Mohammadreza Mirzaei spoke about his work with a focus on his recently published photobook and his two latest exhibitions at O Gallery and No.6 Gallery […]

At 11:08 March 14th, 2006 ⧚ Reza Aramesh

Sazmanab-Ab/Anbar presented the exhibition “At 11:08 March 14th, 2006” by the London-based artist Reza Aramesh. The title was taken from an event on Tuesday, March 14th, 2006 when Israeli forces raided a Palestinian prison camp […]

Role Models ⧚ Lena Lapschina

Exhibition by Lena Lapschina Lena Lapschina was born in Kurgan, Siberia and currently lives and works in Vienna and Lower Austria. She is also co-founder of State of the Art magazine and curator for M21 […]

Hidden Screenplays

Curated by Nesli Gül Works by Kardelen Fincancı and İsmail Egler Hidden Screenplays relates to the alternative movements against the obedience and it focuses on the cracks and seeps that occur within the communities. It […]

flüchtig ⧚ Katharina Stadler

The project ‘flüchtig’ [volatile/fugacious] aimed to explicitly follow the paths which were taken by previous visiting artists and curators on site. During the two-week residency at Sazmanab in Tehran Katharina Stadler walked those paths as […]

TehranNo ⧚ Omid Mehdizadeh

Exhibition by Omid Mehdizadeh “Urban geographers generally define the city as an artificial landscape consisting of different streets, buildings, machinery, and monuments which together make today’s urban life somewhat possible. Tehran is a surreal site […]