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Nudity, dictators and the daily reality of Syrians in a war ravaged Middle East

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French-Syrian photojournalist Ammar Abd Rabbo talks about his latest exhibition IM-Matricules, a series of nude photographs meant to highlight the collapsing world around us and how we cope. Known for his portraits of international figures including Bashar al-Assad, Muammar Gaddafi and Stephen Hawking, he has also been lauded for chronicling events in Iraq, Libya and Lebanon since the 1990s.

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