Thanks for this, flag. Here's some of the back story from the Washington Post link:
Photographer Jeremy Suyker spent several months in the country following an underground culture of young dancers, painters, performing artists, musicians and vivacious creatives resilient in producing their passions outside the confines of censorship. In early 2013, while doing research on Iranian culture, Suyker received a tip from an Iranian friend in Paris that a dynamic art scene was unfolding in Tehran. He spent months with dozens of artists who welcomed him, not as an outsider to their secret society but as a fellow creative and storyteller reflecting the narrative of their intimate lives and struggles. The vision of what Iranian culture should appear to be on the surface — particularly among the younger generation — is turned on its head and rendered myopic through Suyker’s images.
For a darker look at Iran, I follow this blog by an Iranian-Canadian friend of mine. It's called Iran Watch Canada and in this post he has a Prison News Bulletin with info about the October 13 arrest of a social networking activist with links to the original articles. Click Google Translate.