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Fighting Flags, a Slideshow


June 15, 2010

A year after the Green Movement in Iran (and the day after Flag Day in the United States), an Iranian-American artist with 44 flags wonders where to call home.

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3 comments for Fighting Flags, a Slideshow

  1. Comment by Gevalia on July 8, 2011 at 6:48 pm

    Flag are no more than representation of our species need to segregate themselves into “us” and “them”. Until we can stop seeing ourselves as a part of group, we will never be successful as a human race. We are ALL the same.

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    I am lucky that I observed this web site, just the right info that I was searching for!

  3. Comment by Rose on November 16, 2012 at 12:51 am

    Would love to comment, but can’t get the photos – only text. Any reason or should i feel left out because of being a south african!!!!

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