Lebanese artist Lara Tabet trained at the International Center of Photography in New York and follows in the footsteps of photographers focusing on the body, sexuality, and marginality. Her series entitled Roseaux, created in Beirut in 2012 with Michelle Daher as her guide, echoes the series Kohei Yoshiyuki made in Tokyo in 1973 entitled The Park.
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