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Annie Leibovitz, Photos tirées de la série Driving © Annie Leibovitz
Annie Leibovitz, Photos tirées de la série Driving © Annie Leibovitz

The Beirut Photo Marathon attempts to document the Lebanese capital by comparing the visions of different photographers. Today we’re unveiling the work of the two winners of the 2014 edition. For half a day last September, the streets of Beirut were overrun by a peculiar horde. Armed with cameras, ninety-five photographers participated in the competition, now in its second year. The organizers of the event decided to announce the names of the two winners through L’Oeil de la Photographie. Krix and Rabih Ibrahim’s series of 12 photos can be seen here. They were selected for their technique, their creativity and the way their work captures what Beirut is like today.

Read the full article in the French version of L’Oeil.

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Rabih Ibrahim
The winning photos of 2016 Photo Marathon

On October 22, 2017, 271 participants from seven cities around the Mediterranean set out to document 12 themes in 12 hours. Community associations from Amman, Algiers, Beirut, Ljubljana, Marseille, Naples, and Palermo, organized the 2016 Photo Marathon, which collected 3,088 phot...