One year on from Mahsa Amini's death, protest art marks the streets
Public works by four artists go on show in Edinburgh, Paris and Dublin focusing on the "battle for basic human rights"
Iranian women’s rights movement arrives in Los Angeles
The “Woman, Life, Freedom” project, initiated by Dina Nasser-Khadivi, aims to raise the art world’s awareness of the ongoing fight for greater freedoms in Iran
Iranian artists submit work anonymously for online exhibition on death of Mahsa Amini
More than 500 works were submitted last year after protests swept the country
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Mass protest against Iran's human rights abuses staged at Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Protesters gathered at Lacma to mark the Zahedan massacre as well as draw attention to the suppression and imprisonment of protesters and activists
Berlin museum unveils new Shirin Neshat banner in solidarity with protesters in Iran
Following the death of Mahsa Amini in September, the museum and art world have been called on to address the worsening human rights situation in the country
Protest for Mahsa Amini—who was killed by Iran's morality police—staged at New York's Guggenheim Museum
An anonymous collective unfurled banners proclaiming “Women, Life, Freedom” from the top of the institution's rotunda
Shirin Neshat joins protests against Iran's worsening human rights situation with new digital works
Pieces in West Hollywood and London's Piccadilly are a reaction to the death of 22-year-old student Mahsa Amini, after being detained by authorities in the country