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Art Alert: A visual map of street photography at Cairo's Cinema Palace

In the lecture, street photographer and filmmaker Mohamed Rabie will take his audience to the heart of streets and alleyways

Ahram Online , Monday 11 Jan 2016
Street Photography: A Visual Map
Fragment from the event's promotional material
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A lecture titled Street Photography: A Visual Map by street photographer and filmmaker Mohamed Rabie is scheduled to take place at the Cinema Palace on Thursday, 14 January.

The lecture will be hosted by the Egyptian branch of the Arab Union of Photographers.

According to the event's Facebook page, the lecture aims to take its audience to the heart of streets and alleyways. It searches for a visual understanding of street photography, presents a vision for human relationships with place, and looks for elements of storytelling and drama exhibited in the photography.

Thursday, 14 January, 6.30pm
Cinema Palace, 4 Al-Salamlek Street, Garden City, Cairo

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