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Youssef Nehme's playful "Weathervane" is one of dozens of works on show at Verdun's UNESCO Palace this week as part of "Visual Art Forum V: Lebanese Contemporary Art".Last year's edition of the annual group show by the Lebanese Artists' Association featured more than 100 works, crowded into the venue's two large halls like puzzle pieces. A total of 66 artists, 60 percent of them women, are showcasing works of painting, photography and sculpture.Magical realist works hang alongside two finely executed nudes in the section dedicated to Lebanese painter Samir Abi Rached.The final artist whose work is highlighted in this year's exhibition is sculptor Antoine Berberi. Elsewhere, each artist is represented by a single work, making for a diverse and disparate selection.
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