Bahman Jalali buried
17 Jan 2010 14:06
Body of the prominent Iranian photographer was buried this morning. His funeral ceremony was held before the Artists' House and his body was interred at the Artists' section of Tehran's cemetery.
IBNA: Days of Blood, Days of Fire is the title of one of his picture reports of the victory of Iran's Islamic revolution back in 1979.
Black and White Photography, the Unhidden Treasury, and the Khoramshahr photo collection are some other published works by the late Bahman Jalali.
In the funeral ceremony, Akar Alami, Esmaeil Abbasi, Mahdi Firuzan, Arash Hanaei, Mohammad Hassan Rajabi, Hamid Suri, Mohsen Rastaei and Aydin Aghdashlou delivered speeches and expressed their sorrow of the death of Jalali.
"All the building cells of the late Jalali were made to make him a teacher," said Alami, cinema critic and photographer. "He was Iran's Unhidden Treasury who professionally taught moments and being in 49 years making us think. He made an un-returning journey to a far place."
Bahman Jalali (1944 – 15 January 2010) was an Iranian photographer, who taught photography in different universities in Iran for 20 years.
He graduated in Economics from Melli University in Tehran, then started his career as a photographer with Tamasha Magazine in 1972.