If we had to choose one word to describe Iranian photographer Gohar Dashti’s work it would be post-traumatic, with healing come in at a close second place, you can see that on his work.
For her recent photographic series “Home”, Dashti explores the effects of conflict on one of humanity’s most hallowed concepts by depicting abandoned houses in Tehran.
Elaborately staged, the ghostly images of the empty interiors aggressively overtaken by nature tiptoe between realism and fantasy, evocatively revealing the indelible scars of war on the human psyche and signaling the preeminence of nature over the transience of man.
“All of my works are about people, even if you do not see them, but it is about them.” – Gohar Dashti
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