As a Lebanese-born American woman and mother, my background and cross-cultural experiences inform my art. I have dedicated my work to exploring issues of personal and collective identity through photographs of female adolescence and womanhood – both in the United States where I live and the Middle East where I am from. I am interested in what it is like to be a young woman today, in a world that poses endless questions on girls and women. In SHE, I am focusing on young women – the ages of my daughters – as they enter adulthood. I want to portray...
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