The story behind…
More than 40,000 cosmetic surgeries take place in Iran every year according to official figures, and up to 60% of those surgeries are to make Iranian noses smaller and pointed upwards. However, this number is thought to be much higher as it does not include unofficial surgeries by non-specialists. You'd be surprised how many ear and eye doctors are taking a knife to the nose to satisfy women's appetite for beauty.
- 30 editions
- Medium: C-Print
- Mount: Alu Dibond
- Finish: Plexi Gloss
- 10 working days
- Free delivery
- We contact you within 1 working day
to schedule your delivery.
- 30 days
About Tahmineh Monzavi:
Tahmineh Monzavi is a young award-winning photographer with a lot under her belt. Born in 1988 in Tehran, Monzavi began a professional career as a documentary photographer in 2005 after her studies at Azad University. She documented addicted women living in shelters in the outskirts of Tehran as well as transexualism and its never ending struggle to fit into the social and cultural boundaries of Iranian Society. However, Monzavi’s outlook on her work was changed after a month of imprisonment in Tehran. A year after the event, she produced ‘All About Me: Nicknamed Crown Giver’. Outside of Iran, Monzavi has exhibited at the Modern Art Museum of Paris as well as in Rome, Vienna, Boston, and Seoul. The Public House of Art is proud to exhibit her works and bring her message to Amsterdam and beyond.
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