Rania Matar’s series “A Girl and Her Room,” touching portraits of teenage girls in their rooms, explores the adolescent experience and the role of Western influences in Lebanon and Palestine. Her new project “L'Enfant-Femme ” focus' on girls from the ages of eight to twelve. Both series are featured in the current exhibition, “The Middle East Revealed: A Female Perspective” at the Howard Greenberg Gallery.
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