for Teheran

My Uncle Napoleon

Iraj Pezeshkzad
The novel is a representation of the Iranian society of the 1940s. A garden in Teheran becomes the microcosm of modern Iranian society. In essence, the novel is a love story, a love that is constantly endangered by an army of family members and the chaos of their intrigues and racketeering.


Tirdad Zolghadr
A well-traveled dandy returns to Tehran thirty years after the revolution to open a gallery there.

The best book on the international art world, written from exactly this point of view. And then in Tehran. A big bow to the giant Mr. Zolghadr.

Markus Miessen

Markus Miessen


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