posted by on 2005.01.14, under Uncategorized

“Mapping Sitting: On Portraiture and Photography,” a project by Walid Raad and Akram Zaatari with the Arab Image Foundation. An installation of 3,600 passport photos – all the work of a single commercial photographer, Antranik Anouchian (1908-1991), who ran a busy studio in the cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic city of Tripoli in Lebanon, where Muslims, Christians and Jews coexisted. ++++

Walid Radd, as I have said before, rocks.

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