Road Going Nowhere
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Road Going Nowhere

Photographer Farzan Shams is holding an exhibition of road photography titled ‘Stuck on the Road.’
The common feature in all photos is that they were all taken on the ‘road’ each in a different place at a different time, said Shams in a note on the event, Gallery Info reported.
Each of the presented photos “is a piece of the road I’ve taken in daytime or at night. They have no organic or logical interconnection. To be ‘Stuck on the Road’ is more like a psychological condition for me than a spatial description.
It is like a story of going far without reaching a destination.”
The venue of the exhibition, Café Ax Gallery is located at Eskan Tower, Valiasr-Mirdamad intersection. Visiting hours are 10 am to 10 pm. The event will run through October 26.

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