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Looking at the Invisible Children Growing Up as Refugees

While many photographers focus on either aesthetics or rigorous documentation, Rania Matar fuses them — and adds a generous dose of humanity for good measure. The post Looking at the Invisible Children Growing Up as Refugees appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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Business & Finance / Real Estate : Curbed">Boston-area photographer Rania Matar has cast her lens on a bunch of teenage girls from her to the Middle East. The shots, however beautiful, prove once an...

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