Kaveh Golestan

<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Mullahs`Conference, Abadan, Iran, 1983. Clerics congregate on the frontline.</i></p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b></p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Impersonating a housewife</i>, from 'Shahr - e No (New City)', 1975-77.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Who's coming?</i>, from 'Shahr - e No (New City)', 1975-77. Once age, addiction or illness prevented women from working as prostitutes, they were frequently abandoned, and turned to menial occupations such as toilet attendant in order to survive.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Jacket I</i>, from 'Labourers', 1977.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Rubber gloves</i>, from 'Labourers', 1977.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Broken glass, Tehra</i> , 1979.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b><i>Khomeini face mask, Khuzestan, Iran</i>, 1980. Although the Arab minorities professed Loyalty to Ayatollah Khomeini as seen by the stamp on the mask, they were ultimately accused of receiving support from Saddam Hussein and their rebellion was crushed.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Reading the Qur`an, Frontline, Iran-Iraq War, Ahvaz, Iran, September 1982.</i></p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>Moment of martyrdom</i>, from 'Iran-Iraq War', 1980-1988.</p>
<p><b>Kaveh Golestan</b>, <i>The ruins, Ahvaz, Iran, spring 1983.</i></p>
1950 , d. 2003

Iranian photojournalist who documented his country, its people and its conflicts, using both photography and later video. Killed by a landline while on assignment in Iraq.


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