The 10 Best Photo Essays of the Month. Mikko Takkunen. Apr 01, 2015. This month’s Photojournalism Links collection highlights 10 excellent photo essays from across the world, including Matt.
In pictures: Romance in a Tehran park The challenges of finding the time and space for romance in the Iranian capital Tehran are the subject of this photo essay by Iranian photographer Kian Amani. He follows the fortunes of one young couple who meet in a park. The pictures form part of Transit Tehran, an exhibition showing at the London School of Economics. Curator Malu Halasa said she wanted.
A rescue worker searches the scene where a Ukrainian plane crashed in Shahedshahr, southwest of the Iranian capital of Tehran, Jan. 8. The airplane carrying 176 people crashed on Wednesday shortly after taking off from Tehran's main airport, killing all on board.
Iranian painter Homa Arkani: Beautycraze. In spite of strict moral regulations, plastic surgery is allowed in Iran. More than 60,000 Iranian women per year get nose surgery. Such contradictions have informed Tehran-born artist Homa Arkani's work since 1983.
This photo essay depicts the medical hardships in a small rural town in Colorado called Kremling. For 23 days, Smith shadowed Dr. Ernest Ceriani, witnessing the dramatic life of the small town and capturing the woeful crisis of the region.
The 10 Best Photo Essays of the Month. Mikko Takkunen. Feb 02, 2015. This month's Photojournalism Links collection highlights 10 excellent photo essays from across the world spanning five.
Students may find this photo-essay interesting, to see garden design in a different context - in this case Vana, on mountain slopes above Tehran. Ali Mollanazar is an experienced and enthusiastic gardener who has completed his RHS Plant Growth course, and has taken time to put together this photo-essay on his garden to share with other horticulturists. He would welcome contact from gardening.
Palestinian Families Interrupted: A Photo Exhibit Families Interrupted was a one-week photography exhibition at Alwan for the Arts in New York City last month, that. Lara Hannawi.