What remains from Studio Joe, Beirut, Lebanon, is a set of about 30 pictures, portraits and self-portraits that would have disappeared without the attention of Roubina Margossian. A photographer based in Beirut, she was walking through Bourj Hammoud when she was attracted by an old man sitting in front of a shop covered with aging wall paper and literally stuffed with random paintings, photographs, newspapers, vinyl platters and other wrapped objects from another time. The window was pierce by a bullet hole.
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