Father and Son

Akram Zaatari  |  Visual Arts  |  2018  |  Lebanon
The project builds on the story of two archeological excavations that took place in Saida (Lebanon) and led to the discovery of the sarcophagi of two Phoenician kings: Tabnit (excavated in 1887, now at the Istanbul Museum) and Eshmounazar (excavated in 1855, now at the Louvre). The project involves 3D recording of sarcophagi, a film, photographic components and an exhibition.