I, Kiana

Photo essay: Self-portraits

by Kiana

Dirty Angel


by Dirty Angel on

have you even seen MoMA's collections in SF and NY? They have educated curators in charge.


"Stuff happens and some, one way or another, get stuffed"



by Monda on

Your link is empty. Could you please try it again?

I like your taste in photography as well, well arts in general. So I'm curious to see your recommendation. 


wonder why the falsely

by merlin on

wonder why the falsely named iranian public affairs group actually serves in opposition of iranians? this may help.


as pirouz has stated these groups that are iranian in name only serve the financiers, Rosenbergs in this case.

Jonny Dollar

She needs to gain some weight! Where is her hejab?

by Jonny Dollar on

Just kidding. I loved number of her photos - composition, lighting, exposure are great. Very soft skin, pretty girl. i cannot believe that she is allowed this in Iran! Good night!

"God is love!"

Jeesh Daram

nice collection

by Jeesh Daram on

Very impressive range of tones and shades of grey.  

For those of you who like photography, you will perhaps enjoy this article about an unusual find in the world of photography:



Picture number 20

by Shahriar on

is fantastic. 20 indeed!


More power to you!

by Princess on

I don't think I would ever dare to make myself the object of my study. You are not only beautiful, but also very courageous.

Thanks for sharing your work. 




Pure Introspections...

by Monda on

of a generous and Beautiful soul. Lovely collection.


It does mean that

by Cost-of-Progress on

with the high entrance fees they charge for MoMA, they could afford to buy the collection that JJ has priced for Kiana. Nice name, by the way....and, Nice Photos. 




Anahid Hojjati

Esfand jan, MOMA may mean Museum of Modern Art

by Anahid Hojjati on


Esfand Aashena

Very nice pictures! Don't like BW anymore. JJJ what is MoMa?

by Esfand Aashena on

Everything is sacred


I like

by Raoul1955 on

Number 66 with Kiana in the foreground representing a free female in contrast to the two Iranian women in the background draped in hijab.

Azadeh Azad

A visual diary

by Azadeh Azad on

of great beauty, especially these entries:

2, 19, 25-26, 28, 36 -41, 46-47, 62, 70-72




Jahanshah Javid

Against the grain

by Jahanshah Javid on

Kiana's work is intoxicating. Plus, its intensely individualistic in an intensely anti-individualistic country/culture. If I was in charge of purchasing art for MoMa, I would have paid $1 million for this series. At least.