Beirut mutations portrays a city whose characters and objects on which the photographer takes a look we mean the marks of time and events that pass through it. It shows how the Lebanese capital was transformed in the last twenty five years of civil war in the 1980s independence movement ... It focuses on reconstruction projects and attempt to forget trauma, the traces of social and spatial fractures, contradictions and flaws of a town on the Mediterranean coast of the East that seeks to give her the image of a modern city.
|Release Place||Arles, France|
LCC: DS89.B4 M54 2012
|Topics||Asia, Beirut, Culture And Society, Documentary Photography, Historical Photography, Lebanese Civil War, Lebanon, Lebanon War, Middle East, Photojournalism, War In Lebanon|