Iranian and Arab Female Photographers On Display in Upcoming Photography Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, USA: “She Who Tells a Story” 

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, USA is opening yet another magnificent photography exhibition this week.

"Hiba, Shatila Refugee Camp, Beirut 2010" from "A Girl and Her Room" by Rania Matar

“Hiba, Shatila Refugee Camp, Beirut 2010” from “A Girl and Her Room” by Rania Matar

Entitled “She Who Tells a Story” – the literal translation of the word rawia, Arabic for the feminine form of a storyteller – the exhibition consists of works submitted solely by female photographers hailing from the Arab world, Iran and beyond. Continue reading


Timothy Archibald’s Personal Photographic Essay on Autism, Featuring His Son, Eli 

AutismIn early 2010, photographer Timothy Archibald published a set of photographs featuring a delicate young boy in a series of portraits portraying varying degrees of implied vulnerability. The boy is Archibald’s autistic son, and the essay was dedicated to highlighting the constraints of the condition. Continue reading