Bouzouq-player Abed Kobeissi, left, playwright-actor Ali Chahrour, and percussionist Ali Hout.
Photos by Marco Pinarelli
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Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.Various locations around Lebanon, March 27, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.For a second year running, a collaboration between the culture ministry and the French embassy will see ten Lebanese museums across the country open their doors to late night visitors, free of charge. This solo exhibition will feature a selection of paintings, drawings and lithographs by Lebanese artist Leila Nseir.This solo show features the work of Tarek Butayhi, born in Damascus in 1982, who seeks to challenge stereotypical representations of women in art.Hamazkayin Gallery hosts Armenian painter Anatoly Grigoryan for this exhibition featuring surrealist works that reflect on the artist's past.This group exhibition featured work by 25 artists from around the world.Assumpcio Metu's fifth solo exhibition in Beirut features work from the last four years, characterized as a reflection on nature.The exhibition is curated by Roger Moukarzel.
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