Kiarostami: Doors Without Keys at Aga Khan Museum | NOW Toronto Magazine

Kiarostami: Doors Without Keys at Aga Khan Museum| NOW Toronto MagazineThe Aga Khan Museum hosts an installation from one of the world’s most revered filmmakers

By Norman Wilner – November 20, 2015: I always feel underqualified when I’m asked to play art critic, but I made an exception when the Aga Khan Museum invited me to preview a new installation by Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami.

In addition to his work as the director of Taste Of Cherry, The Wind Will Carry Us and Ten, Kiarostami is a respected poet and photographer; he’s exhibited work at the V&A Museum in London, the Pompidou centre in Paris and MOMA in New York. And now he’s designed the Aga Khan’s first solo exhibition, which officially opens tomorrow (Saturday, November 21) and runs through March 27, 2016.

Source: Kiarostami: Doors Without Keys – NOW Toronto Magazine – Think Free

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