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Rania Matar's latest exhibition "SHE" combines a retrospective of her past photography alongside two recent series, the latest also titled "SHE".five series now on show at Galerie Tanit present a natural progression from this theme, capturing different stages of a woman's life.The recent "Unspoken Conversations" and "SHE" both depart from documenting girls and veer toward Matar's thoughts on motherhood, relationships among female family members and young adult women finding a place in life.An ongoing series, "SHE" won Matar a Guggenheim fellowship, which she hopes to use to continue work on the project around the U.S. and Middle East. The 10 photos to date capture women in their 20s with flowing hair, vulnerable expressions or body language, set against landscapes or graffiti-covered walls in Lebanon or the U.S.
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