The arrival of the Iranian teachers and students

The Iranian professors and students arrived safely this morning at Dusseldorf Airport with the accompaniment of Dr. Soltani, the Chairman of the University of Art Tehran and Dr. Amir Alaie, the director of International Relations Office of the University of Art Tehran. After a quick ride to the accommodations in Dortmund and a short nap or exploration of the city of Dortmund, we enjoyed to the welcome dinner at Italian “Mamma Mia” restaurant.

Exhibition at Negarkhane Honar 9. May – 17. May 2018 in Tehran

Philipp Robin, Germany

Negar Shirazi, Iran

Jann Höfer, Germany

Arezou Babaie, Iran & Sabrina Dietz, Germany

Julia Sellmann, Germany

Atefeh Alaei, Iran

Kimiya Nik, Iran

Soha Asadi, Iran

Sina Davari, Iran

Sadra Bagheri, Iran

Stephan Lucka, Germany

Elaheh Abiri, Iran

Sofia Brandes, Germany

Flint Stelter, Germany

Tim Brederecke, Germany

Mina Abaspanah, Iran

Shiva Farhang, Iran

Golrou Aliabadizadeh, Iran

Fatemeh Lari, Iran & Nelly Dreidt, Germany

Lena Schlösser, Germany

Sebastian Kruthoffer, Germany

Looking behind the Scene: Four Positions in Iranian Photography

On Saturday afternoon the symposium Contemporary Iranian Photography took place at Farabi Salon on the campus of University of Art, Tehran, organized by the department of photography. As speakers were invited four Iranian photographers. In the field of documentary photography it was Fatemeh Behboudi and Saeed Faraji, Zeinab Saghafi and Amir Azari were representing fine art and commercial photography. Dr. Neda Amiralaei  was overtaking translation and moderation.

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The First Evaluation

The First Evaluation, let’s see how is the project going?

On Thursday morning the students gather at university to show their first attempts to the teachers and also discuss it between the other students. They have already passed three photographic phases during the last days in the huge city of Tehran. Every team worked hard and eagerly to reach the first outcome. There were advises by teachers and from student colleagues paving the way for continuing the work and getting better results.

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