Photo project "Iranian fathers and daughters"
• Photo project "The Iranian fathers and daughters"
"The Iranian fathers and daughters" - photo project Nafisa Motlak that went into the house of Iranian families and planted a variety of young women and their fathers. Her own relationship with her father changed when he fell into a coma while she was living in Malaysia. Nafisa says that after his father recovered, they became friends, and then it occurred to her to do this photo series.
Motlak decided to make a simple project: she is familiar with the characters through relatives and friends, and taking pictures of them at home, accompanying each frame words daughters of their fathers.
Project heroes from different backgrounds and belong in many different cultures. Some families are religious, others stick to secular beliefs. Motlak says the project helped herself get rid of many fears and prejudices. "The project shows how we are all different", - says the photographer.
The father of Zahra unemployed. "I do not know what to say about it."
Father Shimea and Lina - civil projects manager. "Our father was in Europe, so it gives us such freedom."
Machsom father - veteran. "My father - my hero, but I would like to see it once again became the carefree happy man he was before."
Fatma's father - a farmer. "He works very hard."
Fatma's father - a librarian in the mosque. "People think that once my father religious, it does not give me freedom. This is not true. He allowed me to visit the national book fair, when I was 15 years old. "
Father Shadi - businessman. "In his heart he stubborn boy. not so easy "with him.
Father Katayun - military pensions. "My friends think that it is too much to worry about me, but in fact he is very supportive of me."
Nyusha father - an engineer. "He works five days a week. Usually we spend time together on the weekends. "
Father Fatma - official. "He - a good father. I do not know what to add. "
Arezoo Father sells carpets. "He's very funny. He is making fun of people with his jokes. "