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Urban Mapping: Public Space Through the Lens of Contemporary Iranian Artists

An exhibition that explores aspects of the Iranian experience through photography and video art by ten artists focusing on using urban space as a nexus of social communication and political transformation.

Jun 13 - Sep 20, 2020

Urban Mapping: Public Space Through the Lens of Contemporary Iranian Artists shines a light on aspects of the Iranian experience normally hidden from the outside world by focusing on public and private spacesComprised of 40 photographs and four video installations, the exhibition features the work of 10 essential voices in contemporary Iranian art who explore the notion of urban space as a nexus of social communication and political transformation; a place where personal and collective identity converge. 

Featured artists: Saba AlizadehRaoof DashtiArash FayezGhazaleh Hedayat, Rana JavadiMehran MohajerSiavash Naghshbandi, Hamed NooriBehnam Sadighi, and Mehdi Vosoughnia. 

Organized by Allison Nance, Director of International Arts and Artists at Hillyer, and curated by Gohar Dashti. Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art presentation organized by Julie Ganas, curator of programming. The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog. 

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