Le Cri Silencieux by Peyman NaderiI called this collection a silent shout or “Le Cri Silencieux”. It all comes back to me when I saw a series of paintings from the Middle Ages and it was at that time that the spark of this collection came to my mind.
Inside the paintings, their husbands used to muzzle women. And that was because they talked a lot and used this muzzle to avoid being distracted. As I watched these paintings for many hours, I began to wonder why they should be forgiven. So I decided to combine gesture with a combination of gesture (reminiscent of deaf people) and a series of leather masks to sympathize with them. At the beginning of the project, I did a lot of hard work because the models didn’t like it very much, but when I explained to them that it was for the protection of women, everyone was interested. In some photos, hand-drawn models show words in sign language, such as ground water, air, soil, and the main elements of this world. I have tried to show both the pain of the time and the concepts of my mind to how much we should value the things we received from God, such as water and other elements. Because that’s the reason for our lives.
About Peyman Naderi
Peyman Naderi is a Persian contemporary fine art and portrait photographer born in 1990. He is a self-taught photographer who started his first professional projects in the year 2013. As he began his career as a professional photographer, his first motto was to create original and creative photos through which his own perceptions of the world and art could be understood. Also, he is eager to represent a unique way of looking at various concepts in the world.
“Concept” is one of the most important parts of his photography projects, and Peyman tries to spend enough time and energy on finding the right concept. To create and discover the right idea he usually listen to classical music during his free time or at nights. Such high-quality music can inspire him and help him to concentrate on finding ways to present the world in ways that he sees. Besides, the colors that he uses in his photos create the illusion of a painting, and, hence, most people usually mistake his works as paintings.
Peyman has received several awards including Gold In Moscow International Foto Awards 2019 in Portfolio Category, Bronze In Fine Art Photography Awards 2019 In Fine Art Category, Bronze In PX3 2019 In Fine Art – People and Also Peyman has been chosen as a 100 Great Photographers of 2018 and also Took 2nd Place In Conceptual Photo In 35Awards 2018, and also he has been Winner in Chromatic Awards, ND Awards, Tokyo International Foto Awards, PX3 and International Photography Awards and V Concurso International De Fotografía ‘Alicante’ 2019. His work has been published in international publications including Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, Elléments Magazine, Scorpio Jin Magazine and The Exhibition was In Ontario, 2019 CONTACT Photography Festival and Also The Last Exhibition was in France, 2019 Voies Off, Galerie Des Arènes. [Official Website]