Art Not Fair

This book is about Tehran Auction. When I saw my grandfather’s painting on sale in the auction, I felt I should say something about the auction.

The book compares the auction with a boxing match. Pointing to the similarity of counting in both activities it teases the auction’s suspicious trade.

The book’s title is a play on the word, “art fair” and gives a sarcastic name to this unfair process. What you see in the pages are a few digital collages printed on used pages of old notebooks. The contents of the pages may change in every copy.

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