The many lived realities of Tehran — the largest city in the Middle East, where the political climate is everchanging — can now be seen in the Mission District. The exhibit, One Day: A Collective Narrative of Tehran, will be showing at Intersection for the Arts through Jan. 23, 2010.


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  1. I think this is a great exhibition and opportunity for Americans to understand Iran and its people not through its government but through its art.

  2. Great idea, very evocative. It’ll get some hate mail from kneejerk bigots, but that’s their problem. Hope it does well.