Acclaimed Australian photographer Paul Blackmore’s series New Beirut shows a city and its people in celebration, providing a different view of Beirut and shifting perception on a city that after years of civil war evokes thoughts of conflict and devastation rather than beach parties and glamor. In the New Beirut women and men are obsessed with appearance, and plastic surgery and beauty parlors do brisk business.
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