A Kurdish Man by Moslem Azimi
Traditional Kurdish clothes for men consist of loose trousers with a shirt and jacket, cummerbund, and a skullcap over which is worn a turban folded from a large square of material. Colors of clothing are frequently symbolic of a wearer’s tribe, alliance, or political party. I met this man in Qaysari Bazaar and took the opportunity to photograph him as an example of this time-honoured attire.
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October 9, 2020
Avihang Village, Kurdistan Province, Iran
Even though Moslem Azimi lives in Iran and has Iranian nationality, his origin is Kurdish not Persian. He did his Bachelor of Arts in English Translation. He loves photography, however, he doesn’t have academic education in it. He learned photography by himself. He is part of many photography groups and has been exhibiting his works in both national and international photography exhibitions. Azimi’s goal is to portray the Kurdish lifestyle, method of living, their culture, and tradition thought his photography.
Javanrud, Kermanshah Province, Iran
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