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TEHRAN- An ambitious photography project that was four years in the making opened to a strong reception in Tehran last week. ... Continue reading »
Last Days of Cafe Prague Strict censorship of arts and culture in Iran emerged shortly after the victory of the Islamic Revolution of 1979. Through various tactics, rules and regulations the Islamic Republic managed to successfully instill fear and control mainstream arts and culture in an attempt to “purify” the society of westernization and ... Continue reading »
Originally published in REORIENT (L-R) Saeed Mohamed Aklan Ghaleb, Naser Abdo Rehman & Ibrahim Mohamed Ali Portraits courtesy the A.M. Qattan Foundation A history spanning a hundred years saw generations of seamen from Yemen settling along the River Tyne in England’s North Eastern region of South Shields, in search of new opportunities abroa ... Continue reading »