In remembrance of Constantine Zurayk and on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of his passing, My Father. reflections, by Afaf Zurayk and photography by Noel Nasr, tells a very personal tale. The photographic essay moves beyond the particular to explore an understanding of a very complex relationship of a daughter with her father. Zurayk was a historian and a leading force in contemporary Arab thought and his daughter, Afaf, is an artist. Drawing on this most basic and formative relationship, Afaf examines visually, through images of light and shadow, the deep roots of bonding as well as the concept of time as it unfolds for a historian and for an artist. These, in their depth tell of the power of that quest through clay figurines, sculpted by Afaf and sometimes placed in her drawings, as seen through the subtle photographs of Noel Nasr. The music of Gabriel Faure's Requiem and JS Bach's Magnificat is integral to the full creative experience of the artwork.