Finally, in the exhibition space of the Zara Gallery in the luxurious Grand Hyatt hotel, a documentary exhibition that’s well done, and on a theme that may surprise. The young Jordanian photographer Nadia Bseiso spent two years exploring the conditions of migrant workers in her native country. This is a sensitive subject in a country that is currently home to over half a million Syrian refugees.
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