Shadi Ghadirian’s work is based on women in Iran, the space they occupy, with the intent to show them to the world in an honest and very real portrait partly autobiographical. Beyond the formal, her photographs analyze universal issues concerning women all over the world. Her own soul is in each of her photographs. She is each of the women, each...
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