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Hussain Daghriri

Photographer in Riyadh

Knolling syndrome

PRESENTED ON NOV 29, 2015
IN RIYADH @ VOL 3

حسين دغريري, فنان بصري

يروي تجربته مع ظاهرة النولنق “Knolling” و تأثيرها في حياتنا

و كيف قادته إلى الإحتفاء بالأشياء

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