Monthly Archives: May 2011

© FROM SHIRAZ TO HAVANA BY Babak Salari

  FROM SHIRAZ TO HAVANA – 1 – FLASH BACK: NOSTALGIA Tomorrow, February 11th, is the 31st anniversary of the Iranian Revolution. Since 1979, I have been travelling and living in many streets, in many places around the world, including … Continue reading

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“OFF THE WALL” by:Matthew Hays

Salari explores the wall separating Israel & Palestine ART / Montreal-based photographer’s latest exhibit opens in Toronto on Sat, Oct 24 Matthew Hays / National / Friday, October 23, 2009 OFF THE WALL. An image from Babak Salari’s upcoming exhibit. … Continue reading

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Tracing the Collective Memory Through Photographs By Kalliopi Poutouroglou

For, when we will no longer exist, nobody will be able to testify on our behalf. There will be nothing left but the indifferent nature.(Roland Barthes, La camera lucida) The great authenticity of Babak Salari’s photographic work derives from his … Continue reading

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A conversation with Babak Salari

Last week, I had the chance to sit down with Babak Salari, a very talented photographer and a very dear friend of mine, to talk about his Afghanistan project, which has recently been published by Janet 45. The first book launch for Remembering … Continue reading

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