Exhibition

Good Morning... Good Night!

9 Mar 2018 – 13 May 2018

Event times

From tuesday to saturday: 8:15 - 19.15

Cost of entry

free

Palazzo Ducale di Mantova

Mantua
Lombardy, Italy

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Travel Information

  • Mantua is within easy reach of Verona (45 minutes), from Modena (55 minutes) and from Milan (2 hours and 15 minutes). The train station in Mantua, situated in Piazza Don Leoni 14, is not far from the historical town centre and is connected by buses on line 4 and circular number 1 (stop in Piazza Concordia).

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Curated by Iranian artist-curator, Tarlan Rafiee, exhibiting five female Iranian artists

About

Iranian society has experienced numerous events during the modern and contemporary periods. Revolutions, coups d’états, strikes, sanctions, repressions, tyranny, and war have been repeated over and over, being experienced by almost every Iranian generation. The situation has been particularly difficult for women throughout the years because they have had to define and establish their position as one half of a rapidly changing society, traversing from tradition toward modernity and back again. Women have had to constantly redefine their position, in the same way as Iranian society itself has had to newly experience and delineate everything time and again.

This exhibition curated by Iranian artist-curator, Tarlan Rafiee, and supported by the Bread & Salt curatorial projects, presents the work of five intellectual female Iranian artists, Parvaneh Etemadi, Nargess Hashemi, Farah Ossouli, Rozita Sharafjahan and Golnaz Taheri, who represent a part of the modern and contemporary story of Iran, from the Persian Constitutional Revolution to the present day.

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Curators

Peter Assmann

Tarlan Rafiee

Exhibiting artists

Parvaneh Etemadi

Farah Ossouli

Nargess Hashemi

Rozita Sharafjahan

Golnaz Taheri

Taking part

Bread & Salt Projects

Bread & Salt Projects

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