Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

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Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat, “Fervor” 1999

Since February 1st a new exhibition is held at on the Islamic arts of Arab countries and Iran: Islamic Art Now.

World famous Shirin Neshat, iconic artist of the Iranian Diaspora from Post Islamic Revolution of 1979, will be presented among other Iranian artists through photos from the series of 1996 Women of Allah. At Neshat’s the women are powerful and heroic. Moved in a compulsory silence, they are erotized by the artist and sanctioned at the same time by the writings on their bodies.

In this serie, 4 elements are recurring: the veil, the weapon, the gas and the writing. The artist tries to fight against the western ideas of the Muslim woman who would not be free anymore while wearing the veil. The erotic power of photos leaves speechless, it goes without saying that Shirin Neshat is an Artist of the decade. We’ll paint her portrait soon.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Some pictures from the Serie Women of Allah by Shirin Neshat :

Islamic Art Now at LACMA since February 1st 5905 Wilshire Blvd.

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For this second interview with several French creatives about their vision of Iran, we had the pleasure to discuss with the very inspired Martha Kirszenbaum, a curator and art critic based between Paris and Los Angeles. She will collaborate with]

The French Creatives Interview Series On Iran Cécile Winckler is the co-founder of @unemployedmagazine The idea of this interviews series is to ask very simple questions about Iran, Iranian women, Iranian fashion, Iranian personalities,]

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

We’re happy to share the i-D magazine selection of 6 inspiring Director Iranian women. All of them are absolutely gifted and tell us their story of a complex Iranian society. As surprising as it could be for an Eastern eye,]

It’s in 2013 that the two self-taught designers based in Tehran, Shiva and Shirin decided to pursue their dream and create their ready-to-wear brand for women: VAQAR. Design has always been a passion for the Vaqar sisters who in three]

We had a great discussion with Martha Kirszenbaum, Los Angeles based curator. Back from Tehran, she talks about her vision of Iranian artistic life. Inspiring! Persiennes : Hi Martha, could you please present yourself? Martha Kirszenbaum : I am a French curator]

At once bohemian and luxe, “boteh gegheh” is popping up all over fabric wallpaper collections for 2017. Though it’s making a splash on the current scene, “boteh gegheh” is certainly no newcomer to interior design. The print has Persian origins but]

At first it made us laugh because this guide written by Leila Nilipour for Munchies is absolutely hilarious for anyone who knows a little bit about the Persan culture. But then we realized how important and essential was that]

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Our contributor Sabrina Sadozai, back from Ispahan made us a special city guide to uncover the beauties of this amazing Persian city we call: Esfehan, Nesf e Jahan . Here are her words and beautiful photos]

During summer, temperatures get very high in Iran, and one of the favorite refreshing drink Persian people loves is the famous “Abe talebi”, literally “melon water”. A delicious recipe, highly hydrating and much more than just a water.]

Last week we were in Tehran and we’ve been visiting the last residence of Shah of Iran and Empress Farah Diba Pahlavi: Kajhe Niavaran. Here are some pictures we took for you from the inside, the garden and from the]

© 2014 Persiennes - All rights reserved

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat, “Fervor” 1999

Since February 1st a new exhibition is held at on the Islamic arts of Arab countries and Iran: Islamic Art Now.

World famous Shirin Neshat, iconic artist of the Iranian Diaspora from Post Islamic Revolution of 1979, will be presented among other Iranian artists through photos from the series of 1996 Women of Allah. At Neshat’s the women are powerful and heroic. Moved in a compulsory silence, they are erotized by the artist and sanctioned at the same time by the writings on their bodies.

In this serie, 4 elements are recurring: the veil, the weapon, the gas and the writing. The artist tries to fight against the western ideas of the Muslim woman who would not be free anymore while wearing the veil. The erotic power of photos leaves speechless, it goes without saying that Shirin Neshat is an Artist of the decade. We’ll paint her portrait soon.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Some pictures from the Serie Women of Allah by Shirin Neshat :

Islamic Art Now at LACMA since February 1st 5905 Wilshire Blvd.

Share the post "Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition."

For this second interview with several French creatives about their vision of Iran, we had the pleasure to discuss with the very inspired Martha Kirszenbaum, a curator and art critic based between Paris and Los Angeles. She will collaborate with]

The French Creatives Interview Series On Iran Cécile Winckler is the co-founder of @unemployedmagazine The idea of this interviews series is to ask very simple questions about Iran, Iranian women, Iranian fashion, Iranian personalities,]

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

We’re happy to share the i-D magazine selection of 6 inspiring Director Iranian women. All of them are absolutely gifted and tell us their story of a complex Iranian society. As surprising as it could be for an Eastern eye,]

It’s in 2013 that the two self-taught designers based in Tehran, Shiva and Shirin decided to pursue their dream and create their ready-to-wear brand for women: VAQAR. Design has always been a passion for the Vaqar sisters who in three]

We had a great discussion with Martha Kirszenbaum, Los Angeles based curator. Back from Tehran, she talks about her vision of Iranian artistic life. Inspiring! Persiennes : Hi Martha, could you please present yourself? Martha Kirszenbaum : I am a French curator]

At once bohemian and luxe, “boteh gegheh” is popping up all over fabric wallpaper collections for 2017. Though it’s making a splash on the current scene, “boteh gegheh” is certainly no newcomer to interior design. The print has Persian origins but]

At first it made us laugh because this guide written by Leila Nilipour for Munchies is absolutely hilarious for anyone who knows a little bit about the Persan culture. But then we realized how important and essential was that]

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Our contributor Sabrina Sadozai, back from Ispahan made us a special city guide to uncover the beauties of this amazing Persian city we call: Esfehan, Nesf e Jahan . Here are her words and beautiful photos]

During summer, temperatures get very high in Iran, and one of the favorite refreshing drink Persian people loves is the famous “Abe talebi”, literally “melon water”. A delicious recipe, highly hydrating and much more than just a water.]

Last week we were in Tehran and we’ve been visiting the last residence of Shah of Iran and Empress Farah Diba Pahlavi: Kajhe Niavaran. Here are some pictures we took for you from the inside, the garden and from the]

© 2014 Persiennes - All rights reserved

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat, “Fervor” 1999

Since February 1st a new exhibition is held at on the Islamic arts of Arab countries and Iran: Islamic Art Now.

World famous Shirin Neshat, iconic artist of the Iranian Diaspora from Post Islamic Revolution of 1979, will be presented among other Iranian artists through photos from the series of 1996 Women of Allah. At Neshat’s the women are powerful and heroic. Moved in a compulsory silence, they are erotized by the artist and sanctioned at the same time by the writings on their bodies.

In this serie, 4 elements are recurring: the veil, the weapon, the gas and the writing. The artist tries to fight against the western ideas of the Muslim woman who would not be free anymore while wearing the veil. The erotic power of photos leaves speechless, it goes without saying that Shirin Neshat is an Artist of the decade. We’ll paint her portrait soon.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Some pictures from the Serie Women of Allah by Shirin Neshat :

Islamic Art Now at LACMA since February 1st 5905 Wilshire Blvd.

Share the post "Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition."

For this second interview with several French creatives about their vision of Iran, we had the pleasure to discuss with the very inspired Martha Kirszenbaum, a curator and art critic based between Paris and Los Angeles. She will collaborate with]

The French Creatives Interview Series On Iran Cécile Winckler is the co-founder of @unemployedmagazine The idea of this interviews series is to ask very simple questions about Iran, Iranian women, Iranian fashion, Iranian personalities,]

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

We’re happy to share the i-D magazine selection of 6 inspiring Director Iranian women. All of them are absolutely gifted and tell us their story of a complex Iranian society. As surprising as it could be for an Eastern eye,]

It’s in 2013 that the two self-taught designers based in Tehran, Shiva and Shirin decided to pursue their dream and create their ready-to-wear brand for women: VAQAR. Design has always been a passion for the Vaqar sisters who in three]

We had a great discussion with Martha Kirszenbaum, Los Angeles based curator. Back from Tehran, she talks about her vision of Iranian artistic life. Inspiring! Persiennes : Hi Martha, could you please present yourself? Martha Kirszenbaum : I am a French curator]

At once bohemian and luxe, “boteh gegheh” is popping up all over fabric wallpaper collections for 2017. Though it’s making a splash on the current scene, “boteh gegheh” is certainly no newcomer to interior design. The print has Persian origins but]

At first it made us laugh because this guide written by Leila Nilipour for Munchies is absolutely hilarious for anyone who knows a little bit about the Persan culture. But then we realized how important and essential was that]

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Our contributor Sabrina Sadozai, back from Ispahan made us a special city guide to uncover the beauties of this amazing Persian city we call: Esfehan, Nesf e Jahan . Here are her words and beautiful photos]

During summer, temperatures get very high in Iran, and one of the favorite refreshing drink Persian people loves is the famous “Abe talebi”, literally “melon water”. A delicious recipe, highly hydrating and much more than just a water.]

Last week we were in Tehran and we’ve been visiting the last residence of Shah of Iran and Empress Farah Diba Pahlavi: Kajhe Niavaran. Here are some pictures we took for you from the inside, the garden and from the]

© 2014 Persiennes - All rights reserved

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Shirin Neshat, “Fervor” 1999

Since February 1st a new exhibition is held at on the Islamic arts of Arab countries and Iran: Islamic Art Now.

World famous Shirin Neshat, iconic artist of the Iranian Diaspora from Post Islamic Revolution of 1979, will be presented among other Iranian artists through photos from the series of 1996 Women of Allah. At Neshat’s the women are powerful and heroic. Moved in a compulsory silence, they are erotized by the artist and sanctioned at the same time by the writings on their bodies.

In this serie, 4 elements are recurring: the veil, the weapon, the gas and the writing. The artist tries to fight against the western ideas of the Muslim woman who would not be free anymore while wearing the veil. The erotic power of photos leaves speechless, it goes without saying that Shirin Neshat is an Artist of the decade. We’ll paint her portrait soon.

Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition.

Some pictures from the Serie Women of Allah by Shirin Neshat :

Islamic Art Now at LACMA since February 1st 5905 Wilshire Blvd.

Share the post "Shirin Neshat at LACMA x “Islamic Art Now” exhibition."

For this second interview with several French creatives about their vision of Iran, we had the pleasure to discuss with the very inspired Martha Kirszenbaum, a curator and art critic based between Paris and Los Angeles. She will collaborate with]

The French Creatives Interview Series On Iran Cécile Winckler is the co-founder of @unemployedmagazine The idea of this interviews series is to ask very simple questions about Iran, Iranian women, Iranian fashion, Iranian personalities,]

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