Northeastern University
Curry Student Center Art Gallery
360 Huntington Ave.
Boston MA 02472

Exhibit: January 8-February 2, 2007 (4PM)(extended by popular demand)

Four artists who have lived through war as ordinary citizens are exhibiting photographs, drawings, paintings and murals that reflect their experiences during these times. Despite the work spanning over 25 years, time is of no essence and regrettably the stories have remained the same

From Australia: Nasser Palangi and Farideh Zariv
From USA: Rania Matar and Naveed Nour

Special Contribution by Jim Chiavelli, Editor in Chief ("The Voice" - Northeastern University) , Zohreh Firouzabadian and Amin Palagi.

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"History Recalls, and nothing has changed" Exhibit at Northeastern University ; Center piece installation "Reflections" by Zohreh Firouzabadian with photographs by Rania Matar

Nasser Palangi and Naveed Nour

Visitors at "History Recalls, and nothing has changed" opening night (Northeastern University) Jan.11, 2007

Visitors at the "History Recalls, and nothing has changed exhibit", Northeastern University - Jan. 2007

The opening night audience of "History Recalls" exhibit views Amin Palangi's "Hidden Generations". Photo by Jeffrey Engel

Officer MaClellan:"Very powerful. Thoughtful presentation of the human side of war and its aftermath."

Visitors at the "History Recalls, and nothing has changed" exhibit, at Northeastern University

Young visitors overcome by emotions