Iranian photographer Gohar Dashti was born in Ahwaz, during the 1980s and amidst the devastation of the Iran-Iraq war. She’s now one of Iran’s most prevalent artistic exports, and has work in the collection of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, and has exhibited in Rio, Toronto, Paris, Berlin, Boston, and Milan. Wartime and the displacement of people from home and landscape permeate her images. Gohar’s most recent series of work is Home—a collection of abandoned rooms and homes now taken over by nature.
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