Tahmineh Monzavi, a young 23-year-old photographer living in Iran, was arrested in Teheran: the charges against her were unclear. , Her photographic work was critical of contemporary Iranian society (drugs, women in general and homeless women), it seems that is evidence enough for the current regime. The Silk Road Gallery will provide updates.
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