On the occasion of the exhibition Hannah Darabi – Enghelab Street, The Revolution by the Books, Iran 1979-1983, The Eye of Photography returns in images on 5 publications presented by the BAL. Here is the first one. Days of Blood, Days of Fire is a visual reportage on the events of the sixty-four days that shook Tehran, from December 10 to February 11, 1979. It brings together the work of Bahman Jalali, complemented by images from a group of photographers, including Rana Javadi, his wife. This unique testimony is distinguished by several aspects: the approach, the treatment of photographic document and...
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