Mohammadreza Mirzaei is a polymorphic photographer. He photographs in an abstraction that echoes, paradoxically, his appropriation of his increasingly intimate personal geography. He is also an educator, a publisher and a curator. A few years ago, he began publishing a monthly web magazine called Dide (Farsi for “gaze”) which showcased contemporary Iranian photography.
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