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SHAHAB NASERI (IRAN - ايران)

PHOTOGRAPHY

Shahab Naseri is an independant freelance photographer, was born in Khonj (Fars Province, Iran) in 1987. Shahab left his education in the early years of the university. He has a degree in photography from the Iranian Youth Cinema Society. His first self-taught photography experience began in 2012 and he has been more active in social documentary. Shahab’s first individual exhibition was held in Sanandaj in 2016; he has also attended numerous group exhibitions. Shahab is currently teaching photography and holding workshops on photography in the institutions.
Naseri is the winner of the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2018 and the winner of the CGAP Photo and got featured in the Sony World Photography Award 2018.


My Mother

M like Moon, M like Mother; Our childhood grows up and we love, on the earth where a holy soul bestows kindness so infinity discovers its meaning.
— Shahab Naseri

“Mother” has a divine meaning in Iran, because this reaction has a biological-genetic origination and it cannot be limited neither geographically nor culturally. The mother is mother everywhere with dignity, patience and kindness in her inner and outer self even if in the homeless folks’ camp and in the harshest circumstances. Mother is the sweetest and rarest being in the world ever created, someone who loves unconditionally.

2018 , Digital Photography, No montage, Stage Photography

2018, Digital Photography, No montage, Stage Photography


Contemporary Society

2018 , Digital Photography, No montage, Stage Photography

2018, Digital Photography, No montage, Stage Photography

Do they take a picture of me or vice versa?

The alteration of contemporary human attitudes and character by the modern industry is observable. The human sees himself as a very communicative being but, despite the power of language, man feels very often alone.

The human abandons himself and pursues the others. He enjoys fullness and is interested in observation, recording, and sharing. We are kind of happy that way.