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BEIRUT: Four photographers, one theme, and a hundred different emotions: This summarizes "Lieu Commun," the latest exhibition at Gallery Janine Rubeiz. The work of Chaghig Arzoumanian, Elsie Haddad, Lara Tabet and Myriam Boulos, as the gallery sees it, reflect upon each of the photographers' interpretation of the distinctiveness of what is commonly thought of as "common". All four photographers work in black-and-white and the prints are exhibited nearly identically. Across the gallery, Haddad and Arzoumanian take a completely different approach in addressing the subject. Showing almost no human figures, they chose to emphasize the personal attachment to spaces.Visitors may find some common ground with these photographers' personal visions.
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