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On December 27, 2017, Vida Movahed, a 31-year-old Iranian woman, stands on Enghelab Street (Revolution Street) in Tehran for nearly an hour, standing on an electrical distribution pole, after removing her headscarf, which she hung on the end of a stick like a banner. She was imprisoned for a month and released after a massive international campaign. It was the beginning of a wave of protests against the compulsory wearing of the hijab, a symbol of the oppression of a regime for more than 40 year
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BOOK PROJECT: IRAN(s) 1401 - 2023
Portrait of an islamic democrazy
After my first book published in 2021 on Japan, which was selected by the French cultural magazine Télérama among the 10 best photo books of the year, here is my new project on Iran. It should include about 120 pictures presenting the daily atmosphere of this vast and complex country, accompanied by texts from experts.
2017 © Nicolas BOYER - Pictures in this website are protected under international copyright laws. No part of this site can be used or reproduced without permission.
2017 © Nicolas BOYER - Les images de ce site sont protégées par les lois internationales du copyright. Aucune image de ce site ne peut être utilisée ou reproduite sans permission