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Photo of <i>from</i> Objects of Study/The archive of studio Shehrazade/Hashem el Madani/Studio Practices, Ahmad el Abed, and his friend Rajab Arna'out. Madani's parents' home, the studio, Saida, Lebanon, 1948-53. Hashem el Madani
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from Objects of Study/The archive of studio Shehrazade/Hashem el Madani/Studio Practices, Ahmad el Abed, and his friend Rajab Arna'out. Madani's parents' home, the studio, Saida, Lebanon, 1948-53. Hashem el Madani

Artist: Akram Zaatari born 1966
Date: 2007
Classification: on paper, print
Medium: Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper
Dimensions: image: 190 x 289 mm

Presented by Tate International Council 2008

Akram Zaatari, courtesy Hashem el Madani and Arab Image Foundation, Beirut

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