Fouad Elkoury (b. 1952) began his career during the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990). For Photomed, the photographer revisited this period in his professional and personal life. “Compiling, as everyone knows, is what retired people do,” he writes in the introduction to his exhibition at the SV Gallery in central Beirut. “So I chose the photographs at random with the help of a few friends.”
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