Acclaimed photographer, poet, and filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami opens the world premiere of Doors Without Keys this week at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum.
The closed doors — photographed over 20 years in Iran, France, Morocco, and Italy — are printed at life size, mounted on canvas, and arranged like a maze, recalling the labyrinthine streets of an unnamed old city.
Examples of Kiarostami’s body of work as a filmmaker are also part of the exhibition, which continues through March, 2016.
Aga Khan Museum website, here.
LA Weekly’s profile on Abbas Kiarostami, here.