IBNA- Persian book 'Dusseldorf School of photography' by Iranian photographer Saleheh Khansari will be reviewed at an online meeting in Tehran on Monday.
The event is the fourth session from the series of Soureh Book Review held by the Research Deputy of Soureh University in Cooperation with the University of Arts.
The online meeting will be attended by Khansari and Farshad Asgari-Kia, critic and faculty member of Soureh University. Ramtin Shahbazi will be the host of the program. Also a university instructor, Saleheh Khansari has held several photo exhibitions in Iran and Germany.
The German photographic movement commonly known as the Dusseldorf School of Photography has become synonymous with artistic excellence and innovation. It began in the mid-1970s at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, under the instruction of the photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher, known for their comparative grids of mundane industrial buildings captured with an objective and clinical eye.
This school has not only birthed some of today's most important and successful photographers, but has also had a fundamental and lasting influence on the history of the medium.
Those interested may attend the program at www.soore.ac.ir on Monday, November 9 at 6 to 8 p.m.