These photographs were sent in response to my last blog post from Tahrir Square. All were sent by Cairo based artist collective and artist HR. [Names removed to protect photographers], who suggested the title “Made in the USA,” derived from the gas canister in the first photograph below.

I’m putting them up as is without commentary: a piece on the impact and problems of “watching” the revolution (whether from the USA or elsewhere) follows on Monday.

Made in the USA

Tahrir Square

Tahrir Square

Tahrir Square

Tahrir Square

  2 Responses to ““Made in the USA”: photos from Tahrir Square, Cairo”

  1. There are demonstrations organized in majors cities across the US this week, most are on Saturday.
    http://www.answercoalition.org/national/campaigns/egypt/emergency-demonstrations-egypt.html

    New York City
    Saturday, Feb. 5
    1pm-4pm
    Union Square
    Info: 212-694-8720

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