Honorable Mention TOKYO-2018 Fine Art / Portrait

Concealment

  • Company
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  • Photographer
    Maryam Firuzi
  • Technical Info
    Digital Photography
  • Photo Date
    2018

Concealment of the human body has been a significant consideration from the dawn of civilization up to the rise of technology. The objectivity of such an issue becomes problematic when it comes to women in every region. In case of being an Iranian, it is more paradoxical. Through the course of history in Iran, this issue has had a lot of Ups and Downs; from the time women were banned from the veil to the time they are forced to keep Hijab. If I am forced to Conceal myself, I wished nature had done his work in the first place.

Maryam Firuzi is a multimedia artist; from her youth, she became interested in literature and drawing, and professionally started to practice Persian Calligraphy to achieve Its Fine Degree. Because of her Diploma in mathematics, she studied Software Engineering and right after receiving her bachelor she applied for Art University in Tehran, and received her second bachelor and a master degree in Cinema and Film Studies. The art of moving pictures provided her the multimedia atmosphere and ability to experience with her favorite art forms like painting and photography. Her most crucial concern