Jey Perie and Gogy Esparza arrived in Beirut in August of 2016 with little more than a tentative plan to recount the lives of its youth, from the affluent to disenfranchised. They wanted their lens to be honest, raw, sensitive. This exhibition tries its best to crystallize the emotion they felt there. The beauty and blood of its pulse, the pain and fruits of its history. Though war-torn and fractured, the juxtaposition of such diversity in cultures, religions and opinions breedits chaos, seductively, beautifully, the way only a Beruti enchantress could.