The Nightingale’s Butcher Manifesto

Perhaps the earliest manifesto in Iranian art, “The Nightingale’s Butcher Manifesto” fights for an Iranian avant-garde—an avant-garde based on new modes of abstraction so as to break the chains of both Iran’s artistic traditions and the social concerns of figuration.

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