One piece shows a woman wearing a loosely tied hijab, her peroxide-blonde hair hanging in front. She has blue contact lenses and blows a large pink bubble with her gum. Another features 32 stacked Persian carpets, each with a cutout in the shape of a fighter jet.
Both works -- along with 25 others -- are on display at Toronto's Aga Khan Museum as part of "Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians," a new exhibition of Iranian art. Read More via CNN.