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Not for the faint of heart, Black Crack in Iran is a rare, uncensored look at drug addiction in Tehran, depicted in vivid color photography. With neighboring Afghanistan and Pakistan ranking as world leaders in the production of poppies and their derivatives, the flow of drugs into Iran is hard to stem. Intent on documenting the plight of the city’s addicts, Aslon Arfa struck out into the underbelly of modern Tehran, camera in tow. The results of his mission are devastating images of men and women in the midst of a downfall.
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Hardcover. 144 pages.
W 7.25” H 10”
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