Kaveh Golestan

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Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

Iranian photojournalist Kaveh Golestan's Prostitute Series at Photo London

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

Photos: Tehran’s brothel district Shahr-e-No by Kaveh Golestan

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

The Citadel is a collection of portraits taken by Iranian photojournalist Kaveh Golestan between in the Citadel of Shahr e No (New Town), Tehran’s red light district, a walled ghetto where women lived and worked

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

From 1975 until Iranian photojournalist Kaveh Golestan captured the lives of the women in Tehran's red light district.

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

n showcasing some 200 works of Iranian visual culture, the arts were not only represented in great breadth throughout Unedited History, but also lent new archival weight in having been included in the.

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

Kaveh Golestan’s photographs of prostitutes in Tehran’s red-light district before the 1979 revolution are on view in Amsterdam through May

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

Many of the prostitutes had run away from strict families and were unprepared for the hardships of the Citadel. Kaveh Golestan, Courtesy Kaveh Golestan Estate and NY Times.

Untitled, Prostitute series (1975-77)

The Citadel is a collection of portraits taken by Iranian photojournalist Kaveh Golestan between in the Citadel of Shahr e No (New Town), Tehran’s red light district, a walled ghetto where women lived and worked


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