ArteEast Quarterly: C+: The Iran Issue
“This issue set out to explore the pitfalls of potential gain by way of loss. An editorial goal in the risky public exploration of censorship — positioned both within the self and the state — is to open the gap for a reading in-between the unexpressed but intended and the unintentionally expressed,” writes guest editor Sandra Skurvida in the editorial of ArteEast’s April 2012 issue.
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Photo credit: Bahman Ali Irawani, Urban Jealousy, 2008. Courtesy of Parkingallery and Roaming Biennial of Tehran
More information about art and censorship in Iran
‘Unveiled: Art and Censorship in Iran’ (2006)