Sawsan Bou Khaled plays a woman adrift in her single bed, mired in dreams, visions and terror (Photograph by Mohamad Fathallah)
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Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.Now in its second year on stage, this immensely popular homage to the profane cabaret culture of early 20th-century Egypt celebrates Arab femininity, and features the dance of Randa Makhoul and the vocal work of Yasmina Fayed and Lina Sahab.Metro al-Madina, Hamra Street, Every Wednesday, doors open at 9:30 p.m. Show starts at 10 p.m.This solo show will open Sept. 15 from 6-9 p.m. followed by a conversation between the artist and Frederic Paul.This group show includes work by ten international artists, including Johanne Allard, Barbara Bisgyer, Christo, Philip Letts, Cheryl Maeder, Robert Silvers and Oganian Zekoff.This solo exhibition of work by Scottish poet, writer, artist and gardener Ian Hamilton Finlay is curated by long time associate Pia Simig. The artist's first exhibition in the Middle East, it will include tapestries, neon installations, engraved poems on glass, sculptures and printed works from the 1960s to 2006, the year of his death. This show includes work by some 29 Syrian artists.This solo show features new stoneware and porcelain works by Simone Fattal.
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