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NIETZSCHE WAS A MAN
VIDEO ART BY IRANIAN WOMEN
06.02. – 24.05.2015
Feb 6 – May 24. 2015
Pori Art Museum. Finland
Curator´s Talk: Alysse Stepanian, 4th of February 2015 at 6.30 pm, Pori Art Museum
Media Preview: 5th of February 2015 at 11.00 am
Exhibition opening: 6th of February 2015 at 6-8 pm
A catalogue has been published in connection with the exhibition.
Contributors to the catalogue: Pia Hovi-Assad (foreword); Pamela Karimi; Petteri Limnell; Alysse Stepanian
Catalogue cover and invitation design: Rasool Kamali
Nietzsche Was A Man exhibition presents videos by 20 Iranian women that examine universal issues such as gender communication, prejudice and shifting identities, violence and war, and the relationship between humans, non-human animals, nature, and the environment. More here…
FERESHTEH ALAMSHAH, MOREHSHIN ALLAHYARI, MANELI AYGANI, NEDA DARZI, MOZHGAN ERFANI, SAMIRA ESKANDARFAR, CELIA ESLAMIEH SHOMAL, ROXY FARHAT, TARA GOUDARZI, SAMIRA HASHEMI, HALEH JAMALI, GELARE KHOSHGOZARAN, SHAHRZAD MALEKIAN, NOOSHIN NAFICY, AZADEH NILCHIANI, RAHA RASTIFARD, FARIDEH SHAHSAVARANI, ALYSSE STEPANIAN, PARYA VANTANKHAH, RAHELEH (MINOOSH) ZOMORODINIA
Pori Art Museum, Eteläranta, 28100 Pori, Finland, tel. +358-2 621 1080
Pori Art Museum, Exhibition Curator Pia Hovi-Assad tel. +358-44 701 1089 firstname.lastname@example.org
See more photos of the exhibition on flickr.
We would like to thank the Pori Art Museum for the generous support and realization of this project. We are grateful to the museum’s Exhibition Curator Pia Hovi-Assad, who has understood, supported and complemented this project. Thanks to Pia for her foreword, to Petteri Limnell and Pamela Karimi for their contributions to the exhibition catalogue, and to Rasool Kamali for the catalogue cover and invitation designs. Thanks to those who have made this exhibition possible, including the museum Director Esko Nummelin, Exhibition Technicians Henri Smura and Kati Kunnas-Holmström, Audio/Video technicians Erkki Valli-Jaakola and Jarkko Montonen (Porin Videotuki), Museum Educators Mirja Ramstedt-Salonen and Anni Venäläinen.