Roshanak Bahramlou, Iran | Afghanistan

In 2003, during a one year mission in Afghanistan under NGO “Aina” Roshanak Bahramlou, an Iranian photographer, started to document the private and daily life of women, in a country where they had gone through social annihilation. Inspired by traditional techniques used by local photographers to incorporate color into black and white film, the only film available in Afghanistan, she creates images of women in Afghanistan in different way. As she shares the similar culture and language with them, she felt that they are more open to her than any other foreigners. These women lived or were born during the Taliban’s rules. Discover more: http://muslima.imow.org/gallery/intimit%C3%A9s-afgintimit%C3%A9s-afghaneshanes

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