Jalal Sepehr in an Iranian artist who was born in Tehran in 1968, where he still lives and works. A self-taught photographer, he started taking pictures in 1994 while living in Japan (1991-96). Sepehr’s work has been featured in over eighty photography festivals, competitions, and collective exhibitions in and outside of Iran.
Sepehr’s series Red Zone reflects upon the turmoil currently facing the Middle East and beyond. Taking various forms, Sepehr’s symbolism attends to the challenges facing asylum seekers, the effects of war, and the process of endless emigration.
See more of Jalal's work on his website.