To discover one of the festival’s most interesting exhibitions, you have to climb the stairs and enter the Fann Wa Chai café-gallery, opened a year ago by Linda Al Khoury, founder of the nearby Maison des Photographes, and a partner of the festival. In this unpretentious organic café, the goldfish floating in a television set aquarium must feel closer than ever to the spiritual dimensions of this land where religion was born.
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