Peyman Hooshmanzadeh's 2009 monograph collects 135 photographs he had taken of male teahouse regulars in Iran. Though Iranian teahouses, through the passing of time, are no longer regarded as a gathering place of the wealthy, Hooshmanzadeh's collection explores the uniformity of masculine energy that still remains.
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