Tuesday Jul 1
4 Contemporary Female Photographers Who Put The Middle East In Perspective
Four contemporary photographers -- hailing from Yemen, Iran, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia -- are bringing a female perspective on the Middle East to the white walls of New York's gallery world.
"The Middle East Revealed: A Female Perspective" opens at Howard Greenberg Gallery
Howard Greenberg Gallery will show The Middle East Revealed: A Female Perspective, images exploring identity, culture, politics, and the history of the region, from June 26 - August 30, 2014.
An Iranian stealth submarine sinks before targeting a mock US carrier in an a naval exercise
A new Iranian Ghadir-class stealth mini-submarine, home-built with Chinese technology, recently sank near the Strait of Hormuz, while preparing for a Revolutionary Guards naval exercise to practice sinking or disabling a mock-up US aircraft carrier, The Iranians drew a tight veil of secrecy over the accident, curtailing the search for the estimated ... (more)
Cape Cod Times
Capturing their own lives
A giant triptych is the first photograph seen by visitors to the Museum of Fine Arts' exhibit "She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World."
Does this exhibit challenge or perpetuate stereotypes?
An exhibit featuring the photography of 12 women from Iran and the Arab world will open this week at the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.