The Musée de l’Elysée unveils the unseen work of the Iranian artist Shirin Neshat at La Nuit des Images on June 22 and in its walls until August 25. A unique opportunity to discover the hypnotic work of this essential artist. Two years after the presentation of her feature film Looking for Oum Kulthum at the Venice Film Festival 2017, Shirin Neshat unveils the world premiere of the eponymous series, a set of eight photographs and two videos. These works were created separately from the film, which traces the story of Mitra, an Iranian director in exile, who fulfills her […]
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