Qantara: In 2016, acclaimed Iranian photojournalist and painter Farzaneh Khademian emigrated to Japan and entered a world fundamentally different from her home country, Iran. In Japan, she discovered new aspects of gender inequality and sexism in a modern country. Among the developed countries, Japan has one of the worst records of discrimination against women. It was a prime topic for Khademian to get her teeth into. This time, however, the Iranian artist used brush and canvas, rather than a camera to depict what she saw >>>

فرزانه خادمیان متولد ۱۳۵۰ از سرشناسترین رنان عکاس ایرانی است که پس از مهاجرت به ژاپن در ۲۰۱۷ به نقاشی روی آورده است >>>

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