Photographer Ayesha Malik is an American citizen who was raised in a gated community in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia created in the 1930s as a home away from home for American employees of the Arabian American Oil Company, now known as Saudi Aramco. Malik lived on the Dhahran compound for the first 22 years of her life with her father, who worked at Aramco,...
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