The documentary "A lady" has a look at the life and works of Mrs. Lilith Trier, a progressive and artistic Iranian sculptor. She is one of the first instructors in this field to be recognized academically in Iran. After returning to Tehran, she started teaching in decorative arts collages and had taught professionally in art collages for 23 years. In the first years of the Iran revolution, due to changes in the educational system, her experiences were no longer used in collages, and during the years 1992 99 finally she started teaching in the field of design and sculpture at the Islamic Azad University. The statue of Yeprem Khan on the grounds of the Saint Mary Church on Mirza Kouchak Khan Street in Tehran and the statue of the Surp Targmanchats Church in Tehran are among her works.
Mohammad Safa, Documentary and Experimental Cinema Development Center
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