Shadi Ghadirian Depicts the Daily Monotony of Women in Iran

By: Cecilia Biemann - Published: Jan 26, 2009 • References: zonezero &
These images are part of a series entitled "Like Every Day" by Iran native and photographer Shadi Ghadirian.

Ghadirian created the photographs as a comment on the monotony of the repetitive daily routines experienced by many Iranian women.

Her previous work has explored the issues of how Iranian women are treated as second class citizens, and also the censorship of women in Iran.

Concerned that people outside of Iran have little knowledge of what place Iranian women have in the world, Ghadirian says that she plans to continue speaking about women because she still has a lot to say. Stats for Domestic Feministography Trending: Older & Chilly
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