6 edition of Shirin Neshat found in the catalog.
October 15, 2005
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Neshat, who was born in the medieval capital of Qazvin in northern Iran, came to the U.S. at age 17 as a student in , first at University Author: Carolina A. Miranda. Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. SHIRIN NESHAT By Giorgio Verzotti **Mint Condition**.
Shirin Neshat: Facing History is the companion volume to the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum exhibition of the same name. This beautiful volume presents an array of Neshat's most compelling works and illuminates the points at which cultural and political events have inflected her artistic : As an Iranian woman, Shirin Neshat's startling photographs convey a power that is more than merely exotic. Veiled women brandish guns in defiant stances, with Arabic calligraphy drawn upon the background of the photos. Though their non-Western iconography may at first disorient the viewer, these pictures have a boldly stylized look that is utterly compelling.
Tracing the Iranian-born artist's personal journey in exile from her native Iran, this book presents Shirin Neshat's iconic early videos and photographs along with new work making its global the s, Shirin Neshat's startling black-and-white videos of Iranian women won enormous praise for their poetic reflections on post-revolutionary life in her native country. SHIRIN NESHAT. Born in Qazvin, Iran, in , Shirin Neshat moved to the US in , where she studied art. The historic rupture of the Islamic Revolution in Iran changed her life and creative practice. She gained international prominence in with her iconic series of black and white, calligraphy-overlaid photographs, Women of Allah.
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Shirin Neshat: Facing History is the companion volume to the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum exhibition of the same name. This beautiful volume presents an array of Neshat's most compelling works and illuminates the points at which cultural and political events have inflected her artistic practice.4/4(1).
Shirin Neshat is a contemporary Iranian visual artist best known for her work in photography, video, and film (such as her film Rapture),which explore the relationship between women and the religious and cultural value systems of Islam.
View Shirin Neshat’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold Nationality: Iranian. Shirin Neshat was born in in Qazvin, Iran. As a teenager, she studied art at the University of California, Berkeley, during the Iranian Revolution.
She has since relocated to New York, where she lives and works.4/4(1). Internationally acclaimed photographer, videographer, and filmmaker Shirin Neshat first came to prominence in the mids when she exhibited Shirin Neshat book series the Women of Allah, an extraordinary body of work exploring women in Islamic then, the Iranian-born artist has continued to explore difficult subjects: the boundaries between East and West, men and women,/5.
Shirin Neshat: Facing History, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., ; Shirin Neshat, Detroit Institute of Arts, Shirin Neshat’s powerful photographs and video installations illuminate the gender and cultural conflicts of her native Iran.
Neshat left Iran to study art in Los Angeles injust prior to the Iran. Shirin Neshat: The Book of Kings (Series) Shirin Neshat’s large photo series "The Book of Kings" is inspired by verse poem "Shahnameh" (The Book of Kings) from the eleventh century by the Persian poet Ferdowsi, today still the great narrative of Persian history up to the Islamic conquest of Persia in the seventh century.
Shirin Neshat, Panteha (Masses), from The Book of Kings series, Courtesy of Goodman Gallery. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Shirin Neshat books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Internationally acclaimed artist Shirin Neshat takes on loaded themes in photography, film, and video works that delve into issues of gender, identity, and politics in Muslim countries, and the relationship between the personal and political.
Her film Women without Men (), which won the prestigious Silver Lion award at the Venice Film Nationality: Iranian. Shirin Neshat's determination to undermine Western assumptions about Middle Eastern women has resulted in an already substantial body of astounding and profound work.
These images wrest emotional, aesthetic and political freedom from the dominant patriarchal culture, whether it be the Colonialist West or fundamentalist Iran.
This volume offers a look at Neshat's latest film. Shirin / / Criticism and interpretation Neshat; Shirin / / Criticism and interpretation Neshat; Shirin Neshat; Shirin Neshat: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Shirin.
Originated by The Broad, Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again is the largest exhibition to date of internationally acclaimed artist Shirin Neshat’s approximately year career.
Taking its title from a poem by Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad, the exhibition (which presents over photographs and eight immersive video installations works) offers a rare glimpse into the.
Throughout the space, dozens of Iranian and Arab youth with engaging, thoughtful expressions stare out from black-and-white photographs by Shirin Neshat. The exhibit, “The Book of Kings,” was inspired by the wave of political uprisings throughout the Arab world last year, and according to the gallery, explores the “underlying conditions.
Shirin Neshat is an Iranian visual artist and activist. This biography profiles her childhood, life, career, achievements and timeline. The political and religious upheaval that affected Iran in is best remembered for the taking of American hostages and the deposing of the Shah.
Like most revolutions, however, the series of events that. Shirin Neshat bases Turbulent on a definite political orientation, the Islamic law in her home country, Iran, which bars women from performing music in public.
However, the piece is actually about the country’s wealth of male-female contrasts, as it is suggested through the body language of the performers, setting, camera work, as well as the. In Shirin Neshat's photographs, Persian calligraphic script is transcribed over black and white depictions of the exposed faces, hands and feet of Iranian women.
In her video works, swarms of women in black hijabs ululate, or a man in a white dress shirt and black pants sings to an all-male audience, while a lone woman sings to herself in a darkened theater.
Always. Shirin Neshat’s “Rapture” () is a twelve-minute video-and-sound installation, shot in black-and-white. On one screen, the viewer sees the silhouette of a seaside fortress; a second. Similarly, Book of Kings brings to the foreground Neshat’s continued concern with the loss of traditions that fall outside the Islamist endorsements of cultural production.
Written between and AD, the Persian Book of Kings, is Iran’s great national epic poem that preserves the legendary and historic past of Iran before its Islamic. Get this from a library. Shirin Neshat. [Sussan Babaie; Rebecca R Hart; Nancy Princenthal; Shirin Neshat; Detroit Institute of Arts.;] -- Shirin Neshat, an Iranian American artist living in New York City, is widely acclaimed for her extraordinary video installations and art photography.
Through visual metaphor and compelling sound. Shirin Neshat’s photographs and videos address individual freedoms under attack from or repressed by social ideologies. Throughout most of Neshat’s career, she has been exiled from Iran, an outside observer of the increasing rigors of.
A new book of photography simply called Shirin Neshat, after the artist, is anything but simple. It chronicles the artist's exploration of complex themes such .Gladstone Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art with locations in New York and Brussels.Shirin Neshat (b.Qazvin, Iran; lives New York City) Shirin Neshat moved to the United States during the Iranian Revolution () and studied fine arts.
InNeshat returned to visit Iran and found a changed country. Inspired to create her best-known photographic series Women of Allah (–97), Neshat wrote verses by contemporary Iranian women writers across the .