Since the removal of international sanctions against Tehran last year, which marked the Iran return in the world economic system, the country image is being renewed.
Encouraged by agreements with several countries such as France, tourism contributes to this change of representation. Despite some strict rules they have to comply with, travelers discover the cultural wealth of the Iranian heritage and a warm and very cultivated population.
The French-Iranian photographer Isabelle Eshragi documents and questions this country full of contradictions for more than twenty years to better reveal its complexity.
Whatever it be, the Iran opening and the development of international cooperations are the major stakes of the coming presidential election planned in mid-May.