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"Where Here is Everywhere," the latest exhibition at Beirut Art Residency by Nadine el Khoury, explores the visual changes of Beirut's coastline from the late-Ottoman period – the early 1900s – till today.Khoury's works are presented in BAR's August Show, an annual showcase that supports the production and development of a project by an emerging Lebanese artist.The grid shows 12 areas in Beirut and their changes across six periods.The grid's photos have been arrayed chronologically, with the oldest, Ottoman-era, photos above those from the French occupation, the Lebanese Republic, the Civil War and post-war reconstruction era, and today.Khoury hopes to continue the project and start using her own photos in the future, which she says would be the next logical step.
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