It is difficult to separate the influence of war from a population who has grown up with it. It colours memories, shadows everyday life, and among other things, shapes the art and artists who live through it. BEYroute explores the effects of war on the work of 8 Lebanese photographers who are inspired and affected by their experiences and memories of wars in Lebanon.
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