Faces of Freedom
Project about identity, beauty, and inner faith which explores the first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights — “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”
Faces of Freedom photographic series, depicts 50 women from Azerbaijan, Russia, Iran, France, Georgia, England and the United States – ranging from different cultural backgrounds and professions ,exploring their perception of identity in relation to freedom of choice.
Black and white `passport` photo, which portrays the women appearing first unveiled and then wearing a hijab, moving and intimate work, curated by Farah Pirieva, embraces the complexity
of the issue of the veil, currently a hot topic of international debate and controversy.