In the home of Cyrus and Zarathustra, Harley Weir is enchanted by the natural beauty of the land and the extraordinary hospitality of its inhabitants. more
Her images are the result of nuanced observations and require no further explanation. Weir reinvents Persian miniatures and tries to understand the world through close-ups. Inconspicuous details, fabrics, cloths, veils and faces are shown unadorned and are examples of her work. Between ghostly shadows and radiant light, Weir sensitively captures the poetry of shape and form in this mysterious Iran with its cultural richness that has evolved over thousands of years.