Iranian Art

Before “Migrant mother”

DOROTHEA LANGE had a knack for revealing the intricacies of her human subjects – from Dust Bowl migrants to Japanese American families incarcerated in desolate internment camps, she photographed the tragedy. His iconic and haunting images from the 1930s and 1940s document the lives of individuals amid political and social …

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Carriageworks Announces World Premiere of New Dance Work

Carriageworks Today has announced the world premiere of a new dance work by resident company Marrugeku to be performed August 4-7, 2021. Jurrungu Ngan-ga – meaning Straight Talk in Yawuru – reflects on the disproportion of Indigenous Australians in detention and first hand descriptions of life in immigration detention centers …

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Fighting to nail the truth

Languages ​​of Truth: by Salman Rushdie, Hamish Hamilton, 416 pages, ₹799. Since 2015, Rushdie has taught writing at New York University. Many writers early in their careers have to write what they know. One of the consequences of this advice, Pakistani-British novelist Hanif Kureishi once told me, was that many …

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Amnesty International celebrates its 60th anniversary! | Scoop News

Friday, May 28, 2021, 11:19 a.m.Press release: Amnesty International Today we celebrate 60 years of Amnesty International! A breathtaking film with Amnesty activists at five iconic locations around the world and dramatic art displays on celestial drones is released today to celebrate Amnesty International’s 60th anniversary. An orchestral version of …

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