In “The Middle State” Lebanese artist Mazen Khaddaj explores emotional and moral “red lines,” the self-imposed boundaries that guide our actions and reactions.
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Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.This exhibition of films and videos by British artist John Akomfrah, Franco/Algerian artist Zineb Sedira and South African artist Penny Siopis is part of the Unfinished Conversations project, a tribute to the late British and Caribbean thinker and cultural theorist and sociologist Stuart Hall (1932 -2014).This solo show features work by Lebanese artist Samar Mogharbel, reflecting on vanishing architectural and cultural history in constantly-evolving Beirut.This solo show features Lebanese artist Myriam Dalal's work, centring on the car bombing that occurred in Beirut in 2013 .This solo show features paintings and video installations by artist Mazen Khaddaj, who reflects on the Lebanese status quo.This solo show features the work of Lebanese artist Nisrine Kassem.Consisting of often large, white, geometrical objects variously described as "sculptures," "minimalist" or "impossible four-dimensional" objects, this two-gallery exhibition includes work produced while the U.K. artist, art historian, teacher, explorer, curator and scholar was at AUB in the 1960s.
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