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Urban Iran

Charlotte Noruzi & Salar Abdoh

  • Page Count: 128
  • Size: 7.75 x 10 inches
  • Format: Casebound
  • Publication Date: November 2008
  • Price: $27.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-9799666-1-3

Urban get valium no prescription buy valium online no prescription today buying valium adderall without a prescription adderall generic adderall without a prescription Iran is a depiction of everyday life apart from international and diplomatic policies, giving voice to people living and working in Iran today while probing the complexities of contemporary Iran. Described and revealed by photographers, writers and visual artists, from street art to heavy metal bands and book publishing, Urban Iran documents how the Western media gaze influences how much of the world views Iran, but also how this gaze impacts how Iranians see themselves, especially in the realm of the creative arts buying valum online order valum america valum generic .

Novelist Salar Abdoh relays how his adventures driving a Puegot 206 hatchback in and around Tehran were emblematic of a “split in the personality of the country generic ultram information generic ultram information ultram without prescription . . . what makes Iran so difficult to describe to non-Iranians”; Tehran-based photographer and designer Karan Reshad offers images of markets and the country’s burgeoning graffiti scene, most notably the work of A1ONE; articles from the magazine Bidoun delve into Tehran’s largest housing complex, Iranian facial hair trends and the country’s underground heavy metal scene; Charlotte Noruzi’s personal stories about the effects of her childhood books remain with her today, resulting in her exploration of the current state of publishing and illustration in Iran today.

Together, all of these parts form a whole, an intimate portrait that is insightful and visually diverse.

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