A few weeks ago, Spanish photographer Miguel Angel Sanchez visited the Inception Gallery in Paris’ very hip Marais neighborhood. Otherwise averse to photography, the pictures he showed instantly appealed to the gallery owner. This is how this young (34 years old) unknown world traveler’s exceptional 22 large format prints taken before and of course during the Arab Spring of Cairo came to be exposed.
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