Drazen Dizdarevic: Čuj Iran (Documentary photography exhibition from a trip to Iran) Past

Wednesday, Dec 30, 2015 ,
7:00 PM
- Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

The documentary photography exhibition Drazen Dizdarevic from a trip to Iran in October 2015.
Photos are primarily from Tehran, Isfahan, and Qoma Kashhana. The result of the test received impressions in encounters with people, with great ancient civilizations, traditions, mentality and historical monuments. Photos reflect the obvious art "surprise" in a collision with often little prejudice nagomilavanim years under the influence of world events and unilateral reflection of the perceived reality of yesterday targeted a Closed Country. Displayed photos offer a different view of Iran's present day, as she had seen through the eyes of a young author from Sarajevo.

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