Photographs by Shirin Neshat. Text be Roselee Goldberg and Giorgio Verzotti.
Charta, Milan, 2002. 160 pp., 90 color and 70 black-and-white illustrations, 9½x11".
Shirin Neshat is an Iranian woman living in self-imposed exile in the United States. Anyone who is peripherally familiar with contemporary photography is aware of the impact and respect Neshat's work has garnered in recent years. Her willingness to address issues traditionally taboo in her native country is both noteworthy and bold, yet always tasteful and diplomatic. Several slight catalogues, produced by various galleries and museums, have been featured on these pages but this is the first book that documents her entire artistic production, from the early b&w photographs to her chilling and metaphorical films.
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