The eighth edition of Beirut Art Fair opened its doors yesterday, hosting 51 galleries from 23 countries at BIEL, with sections for promoting young talents and celebrating established artists.
Featuring work from the Amine El Bacha Foundation collection, “Partitions and Colors: Homage to Amine El Bacha” captures the diversity and beauty of Bacha’s paintings across the different cities and landscapes.
After five years of renovations, the Goethe-Institut Lebanon is celebrating the completion of its new residence in Gemmayzeh with a packed cultural program and a new media lounge.
The “secret” art collection amassed by Claude Monet, the father of impressionism, is on display for the first time in Paris, 90 years after the great painter’s death.
Ammo may be flying but there’s always time for a sing-along.
If you read a lot of fiction, you know that every once in a while you stumble upon a book that transports you, telling a story full of wonder and leaving you...
Directed by Awad Awad, “Tuyour al-Nawras” (Seagulls) is a witty, thought-provoking play that takes the audience back to the ’90s.
At 84, Michael Caine is still going strong as one of the most successful actors Britain has ever produced.
Experimental rocker Frank Zappa, prolific in his life and even in death through a string of posthumous releases, is heading back on tour as a hologram.
Lady Gaga on Monday called off the European leg of her world tour, saying she was suffering from severe physical pain and was seeking medical treatment.
As the cast and makers of “Stronger” collectively rose to take a bow after the film’s TIFF premiere, Jake Gyllenhaal realized that Jeff Bauman, whom he plays...
Sean Spicer says his surprise Emmy Awards appearance was a chance to have some fun, and suggested Tuesday that people who were upset by it were taking things...
The second sexual assault trial of American television legend Bill Cosby will open on April 2, 2018, the presiding judge ruled Friday
Grant Hart, the drummer and vocalist for pioneering indie rock band Husker Du, which was seen as a major influence for Nirvana, the Pixies and other bands,...
The Louvre Abu Dhabi will finally open its doors to the public in November, bringing Mesopotamian artifacts and post-impressionist masterpieces to the first...
The latest exhibition of Armenian artist Aram Jughian, a series of colorful canvasses from 2017 entitled “Here I Am,” opened at Galerie Tanit Monday.
The Mideast branch of France's iconic Louvre Museum will open in Abu Dhabi on Nov. 11
Blindness is a special sort of limbo.
Ibrahim Ghunaim, or MC Gaza as he likes to be called, raps to a different beat in an Islamist-ruled Palestinian enclave rocked by internal conflict and three...
It would be easy to describe “In Order of Disappearance” as Norwegian Tarantino.
Grouchy, greedy and constipated – nobody could accuse Stephen Frears of kowtowing with his portrayal of Queen Victoria in his new film “Victoria & Abdul.”
Metropolis Cinema Sofil’s Brazilian Film Festival opened for its second edition Wednesday.
“Downsizing” has generated jumbo-sized buzz at the Venice Film Festival – not least as viewers debate how to describe it.
A fantasy novel removed from a New York Times best-seller list because of suspicious sales has been pulled from a chart compiled by the American Booksellers...
With a paintbrush or spray can in hand and a pencil sketch in the back of their heads, nine international and Lebanese artists invited children to join them...
As the book world’s most literary season approaches, the industry still awaits the year’s big literary publication.
For its fifth edition, “Nehna wel Amar wel Jiran” (Us, the Moon and the Neighbors), Collectif Kahraba’s biennial arts festival, is bringing its street-level...
The Venice Film Festival is kicking off the fall cinema season with searing drama, glamour and a crop of new movies vying for attention, awards and acclaim.
“Hello. I’m Caitlin, and I’m an alcoholic.”
From the very first prize presented Sunday, even before the show began, politics took a starring role in MTV’s Video Music Awards.
A young woman lies in a wooden box, eyes closed as if asleep.
The Palestinian Museum launched its inaugural exhibition Saturday with a highly political art show focusing on Israel’s occupation of East Jerusalem.
For the first time in more than 30 years, several hundred Gaza residents went to the cinema Saturday evening, for one night only.
When “Death Note” begins, we learn that Seattle teenager Light Turner has a crush on a cheerleader at his high school.
“It Comes at Night” has the title of a horror film and, at times, the mood of one, but it is far too restrained to get the juices of the genre crowd going.