A great city – especially when it sprawls without real limit, like Beirut – can quickly dazzle us with the height of its towers, the noise of its avenues, the density of its crowds. Even though George Awde makes photographs in the heart of a Middle Eastern metropolis, this is not the image of the city that he seeks to transmit.
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