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Hashem El Madani and the private lives of the Lebanese

HIS STUDIO was named after Scheherazade, the heroine of “One Thousand of One Nights” who evaded execution by weaving stories. It became a place as creative and alluring as its namesake: a space where ordinary people could highlight hidden versions of themselves or invent new alter egos.
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