Independent artist and one of the most impactful 'visual voices' of the Lebanese Revolution Hayat Nazer spent several weeks cleaning the streets of Beirut and rehabilitating destroyed buildings after the fatal explosion at the port (which counts with over 200 casualties) and in the process came up with this bittersweet sculpture which was placed at the site where the tragic event originated. The artwork is made of debris and rubble collected from the wounded streets of Beirut and pays homage to the victims of the explosion on the 4th of August.
|Size:||4896px x 3264px|
|Camera Used:||FUJIFILM - X-T1|
|Shoot Date:||October 31, 2020 3:09 PM|
|Posted Date:||July 15, 2021 8:08 PM|