A photojournalism career spanning twenty-five years bears witness to Lebanese photographer Samer Mohdad determination to show the profound changes that have taken place in the Arab world. The exhibition 'Visions accomplies : les Arabes' presents some of the key moments of this oeuvre that reads as an exploration of the diversity and complexity of the Middle East over the last thirty years. Samer Mohdad photographed extensively in twelve countries between 1986 and 2012 and this lengthy enquiry, first presented in Bordeaux in April 2013, now constitutes a vital source of documentary and iconographic history.
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