Not all the photographs are interesting, but in the heart of old downtown at the Diwan of the Duke, an extraordinary cultural location, there’s something moving about these black-and-white photographs taken by a doctor in Baghdad in the 1970s. Had the choice of photographs been more selective—and one starts to suspect that many interesting shots remain on the contact sheet—it could have been an exceptional exhibition.
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