"Senza Titolo 19," on display as part of ‘Pistoletto in Beirut’ at Beirut Exhibition Center. (Photos The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.For "Anonymous Faces," Lebanese-Brazilian artist Tarek Orra Mourad works with the faces of people ignored by society in Sao Paulo, turning them into photographs, engravings and paintings.Khaled Samawi's Beirut gallery celebrates its fifth anniversary with this exhibition of work by Lebanese painter and sculptor Nadim Karam and Syrian painter Safwan Dahoul.The inaugural exhibition at Ayyam's new sister space will feature work by Syrian multimedia artist Abdel Karim Majdal al-Beik.German artist Martin Giesen, formerly employed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, exhibits his watercolor works exploring the impact of development on the human environment.Comprised of manuscripts, reproduced on large panels, this exhibition showcases the exquisite calligraphy, illumination and miniatures of the Oriental manuscripts kept at Leiden University Libraries' Special Collections Department.BEC hosts an exhibition of 38 works by Italian painter, action and object artist, theorist and Arte Povera scion Michelangelo Pistoletto.
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