Alex Kalman

Mmuseumm

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Alex Kalman is co-founder, director and curator of Mmuseumm

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"Future Aleppo" by Mohammed Qutaish Photo courtesy of Mmuseumm 
 The will to invent can flourish even in situations of extreme duress. You’ll find the evidence of that in Future…

'Future Aleppo' and the battle for home

"Future Aleppo" by Mohammed Qutaish Photo courtesy of Mmuseumm The will to invent can flourish even in situations of extreme duress. You’ll find the evidence of that in Future…

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