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Reza Abedini
A Persian slant
Hémery Annik, February 25, 2008
Reza Abedini_Dance
Reza Abedini_Dance
 
From a country that is undergoing profound change, Reza Abedini has produced a book of graphics that is both formally elegant and thoroughly modern. “Living in Iran is a bit like living at the foot of a volcano. The location is risky, but very stimulating!” In this 'risky' country, as Reza Abedini* calls it, graphic design is nonetheless incredibly strong. One of the finest of his generation, the graphic designer who was born in Teheran in 1967, has had a prolific output that includes numerous posters (for art exhibitions and the cinema), book jackets and graphic guidelines. It is symptomatic of the dynamism of the creative scene in contemporary Iran. In his work, that is a wonderful mixture of the traditional and the modern, there is no sign of provocation for the sake of provocation, confrontation for the sake of confrontation, or slogans.

Reza Abedini_Collection Mirath Maktob
Reza Abedini_Collection Mirath Maktob
 
Reza Abedini
Reza Abedini
 
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