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These are images of girls at the point where they are beginning to become women—a powerful combination of youth, womanhood and beauty.”Queen Noor’s words graced Matar’s third published collection, L’Enfant-Femme (2016), her follow-up to A Girl and Her Room (2012) and Ordinary Lives (2009).
This fall, Pictura Gallery in Bloomington, Indiana, will host a selection of Matar’s timely, revealing work. All were rich with bric-a-brac and colorful details—books, nail polish, stuffed animals, religious icons, rock star posters—that revealed deeply personal aspects of the girls’ varied lives.
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The Lebanese photographer has proven herself to be a keen observer of daily life and private realms. In some cases, there were clear divisions between girls from the East and girls from the West.
For her 2012 series, Matar photographed her female subjects in their bedrooms, be they in the U. A few of the Lebanese girls wore hijabs, covering themselves in the privacy of their relatively austere bedrooms.
These girls are simply girls—but much more besides.
Yet, as Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan said of Matar’s subjects, “They are not simply American; they are not simply Arab; neither are they simply Muslim, Christian, nor Jewish.
In contrast, one American girl had a hot pink pushup bra hanging from a doorknob; another girl smoked a cigarette in front of her graffiti-covered bedroom walls. or Lebanon, they’re all on the strange, arduous journey from girlhood and womanhood.
Taken as a whole, however, the photographs convey more about the subjects’ similarities than their differences. Matar returned to the theme in her 2016 series, L’Enfant-Femme.
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