From lava, to Van Gogh, Diaghilev and Wes Anderson, the evolution of orange from a rare, polarizing colour to a modern cosmopolitan favourite.
“There is an in-house flower shop in the basement of the White House, sort of next to the kitchen. That was very thrilling!”
“I never use social or political themes in my work. It’s far more important to me to visually stimulate my audience, by creating new ‘images’ that reveal new perspectives.”
Part II of Bijan Roghanchi’s incredible journey to Iran, to find out what it means to be an Iranian. A life experience that would lead in to a book documenting an Iran unseen.
Part one of Bijan Roghanchi’s journey to Iran in search of his Persian identity, leading in to a book documenting an Iran unseen.
‘I can’t create an image if it doesn’t resonate with something within myself, perhaps all my images are self-portraits’