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Abbas Kiarostami, Rain, 2006




seven color prints


The seven color prints in the series Rain (2006) were taken by the artist through the windshield of his vehicle, with everything but the raindrops on his windshield in focus. Kiarostami has described his car as his "best friend," for its function as his office, a comfortable space, and a location for contemplation.


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