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Amazingly Original: Contemporary Iranian Art at Crossroads
Vol. 1: The Figurative Arts
by Abbas Daneshvari
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The contemporary arts of Iran have yet to live across many zones of criticism, debate, and philosophical understanding on the way to more widespread and long-term notice. Nevertheless, at this crossroads, Iran’s contemporary arts––especially photography, the...

$129.00
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Contemporary Iranian Photography edited by Abbas Daneshvari offers five essays with interpretive comments on the photography of post-1980s Iran, including the emerging style and concepts of the field. The authors note that this art has shown unprecedented...

$20.00
Medieval Tomb Towers of Iran
by Abbas Daneshvari
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This volume is a rumination of the meaning of Persian funerary structures within the context of Islamic traditions and perspectives during the 10th to 14th centuries AD.

$25.00
Of Serpents and Dragons in Islamic Art
An Iconographical Study.
by Abbas Daneshvari
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In the medieval Muslim world, the dragon was the most frequently represented fabulous beast. This applied across styles and media and in both sacred and secular contexts. Yet its prominence is marked by seemingly contradictory representations. Like Plato’s...

$59.00
Survey of Persian Art, Volume XVIII
From the Fall of the Sasanian Empire to the Present (Islamic Period)
by Abbas Daneshvari
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The history of the present volume stretches back across three decades. In 1970, shortly after the death of Arthur Upham Pope, Jay Gluck began to gather articles for three more volumes of Survey of Persian Art to be published in honor and memory of his mentor...

$145.00
Survey of Persian Art. Volume XVII
From Prehistoric Times to the End of the Sasanian Empire.
by Jay Gluck, Abbas Daneshvari
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The history of this volume and the one that will follow shortly, Volume XVIII on Islamic period, stretches back across three decades. In 1970, shortly after the death of Arthur Upham Pope, Jay Gluck began to gather articles for three more volumes of Survey...

$95.00