Butte, Montana to Cairo, Egypt — in one great leap.
Two Egyptian entries are telling: Ezzedine Choukri-Fishere’s “Embrace on Brooklyn Bridge” is about alienation, whereas Nasser Iraq’s “The Unemployed” describes a young man forced to leave home and find work in Dubai. Good art, like revolutionary change, takes time…”
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