One of the latest series from the Lebanese photographer Randa Mirza, Beirutopia, takes the viewer into the urban imaginary of Beirut, which is currently rebuilding itself: “In that sense, I’m not original. After the war, many Lebanese photographers took on the theme of reconstruction.” Instead, it’s her approach that catches the eye.
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