Newsha Tavakolian, ‘Again me standing in the cold, alone’, 2010, ILEX Gallery

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Listen, ILEX Gallery, Rome, Italy, 2012
Listen, Margins at 7th Photo Biennial, Poznan, Poland
La Caja Blanca Gallery, Palma de Majorca, Spain; The Empty Quarter Fine Art Gallery in Menasart Fair, Beirut, Lebanon
Jakob Church, Oslo, Norway; Aaran Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2011

She Who Tells a Story – Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World, by Kristen Gresh, MFA Publications, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2013

ILEX Gallery

About Newsha Tavakolian

A self-taught photographer, Newsha Tavakolian began working professionally in the Iranian press at the age of sixteen for the women’s daily newspaper Zan. By age twenty-one, she was traveling internationally to cover wars, natural disasters, and social conflicts in Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Yemen. As a photographer, Tavakolian is particularly interested in women’s issues, especially the restrictions on women’s freedom, their lack of social mobility, and opportunity for self-expression in Iranian culture. Published in Time, Newsweek, National Geographic, and The New Yorker and exhibited in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the British Museum, and Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, Tavokolian's work bridges the gap between documentary and art photography.

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Iranian, b. 1981, Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran, based in Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran

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