Recognized creators, or seldom shown in France, photographers brought together in the IMA exhibition participate of an artistic effervescence that is reflected in the Lebanon of today. Most are Lebanese, although some have decided to move away, while continuing to develop projects that affect the destiny of their country. Their work crosses those of “foreigners” who have given of Lebanon a vision marked by the imprint of their own culture. This diversity of motifs and approaches, this dialogue of sensibilities enriches all the photographs gathered today most of which were made during the last decade. They were divided into two […]
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