Art as a way of fighting

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10 December 2022
The contemporary artist is no longer an artist who expresses the standard narrative or previous narrative and is always ahead of the society. In this essay, Hossein Ganji explains how the artists, with their protest expressions, drew the screams in the throat and the unfulfilled demands of not mentioned, and in the meantime, they also gave many damages and compensations. Either when the artist, as a mortal body, has started a struggle through his protest, or when the artist's work as an immortal body, has faced the damage of rejection, denial and neglect in the least case. This essay has been published in Tajrobeh Magazine.
Art as a way of fighting, Photography by Newsha Tavakolian

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Hossein Ganji
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