A Dual Exhibition of Installation, Painting and Sculpture
Curator : Parsa Pourebrahim

Headpieces are the most diverse and extensive types of garments that have held various meanings and functions for civilizations, cultures, religions, and sects throughout history, and have always been worn on heads until the early 20th century. In ancient times, the head was perceived as a symbol of thoughts and a place for spirit, and as such, headpieces represented an individual's thoughts and authority. Headpieces have had covering, cosmetic, and presentational aspects, symbolizing the social status of individuals, professions, as well as presenting national, religious, and sectarian affiliations.