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    Flashback to Postmodern Art of Middle Easterners, Special Issue of Nowruz

    Farzam Kharvari
    Mar 24, '17 7:08 AM EST

    Since it is new year (Nowruz) in many countries in middle east, we are going to explore postmodern art of some of these countries in this special issue. 

    Description: Shah Tahmasp I and Humayun celebrating Nowruz. From Chehel Sotoun palace, Isfahan, Iran

    Description: Painting of Shah Abbas II and the courtiers celebrating Nowruz.


    Post Modern Art 

    Rug Life"

    Description: Rug-life 

    Description: Rug-life 

    Description: Rug-life 

    Description: Rug-life 


    Depiction of Qajaries

    Description: Depiction of Qajaries

    Description: Depiction of Qajaries

    Description: Depiction of Qajaries

    Description: Depiction of Qajaries

    Description: Qajaries Parties


    Description: Pier Paolo Pasolini in Isfahan, Iran


    Description: Partay in Shiraz, Iran

    Description: Fashion


    -Farzam Kharvari

    Please feel free to ask your questions in comments below or contact me through my profile and as always your suggestions are always welcomed ;)


    References: Questions of Perception

    The photos belong to Reorient Magazine, Hafteye Talai 0412, Isfahan-Chehel-Sotoon-Museum

    © 2017 Farzam Kharvari ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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