Tag: Salar Abdoh
The public execution of two petty thieves sends a message to Tehran’s artists and intellectuals. A dispatch from the gallows.
An untold tale from the days of the Soviet invasion in Afghanistan.
During 2009’s post-election protests in Tehran, one man is struck into a commitment to the cause.
What does it take to drive the population of a county crazy? Apparently, just 3 liters of gas a day. Salar Abdoh navigates his way through the meaning behind Iran’s fuel rationing.
Abdoh contemplates the codes of modesty in Iran, and finds himself caught between a New York yoga class and the Caspian Sea.