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Simone Fattal was thinking of her home city of Damascus when she worked on huge copper structures in the Tazé studio in Paris, thanks to the funding received from LaM (the museum of metropolitan Lille). These engravings have now been published by Lelong Editions.

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Simone Fattal was thinking of her home city of Damascus when she worked on huge copper structures in the Tazé studio in Paris, thanks to the funding received from LaM (the museum of metropolitan Lille). The first test prints were presented in October 2018, during the “Le monde n’est pas nécessairement un empire” exhibition. These engravings have now been published by Lelong Editions.
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Simone Fattal was thinking of her home city of Damascus when she worked on huge copper structures in the Tazé studio in Paris, thanks to the funding received from LaM (the museum of metropolitan Lille). The first test prints were presented in October 2018, during the “Le monde n’est pas nécessairement un empire” exhibition. These engravings have now been published by Lelong Editions.
The silhouette of a city, some of its monuments, the banks of a river, and soaring trees have been worked with a brush, using sugar-lift aquatint or an acid wash. Printed in black, sepia or blue, the calm …

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