In Focus: Intimate Views of Everyday Life in Iran

By David Schonauer   Tuesday February 13, 2018

It’s been 40 years since the student protests that precipitated the Iranian Revolution and the birth of the Islamic Republic that would turn Iran into America’s central nemesis in the Middle East. The country has recently seen widespread street protests against the regime, raising the possibility of another revolution, notes Wired, which features Italian photographer Simone Tramonte’s striking images of everyday life in Iran today. “I’ve always been interested in the ‘closed countries,’” says Tramonte.

Read the whole story at WIRED.


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