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Advertising, some might argue, has lost its appeal.A few countries around the world have taken it a step further by repurposing billboards, often to replace commercial ads with large-scale artworks. For the month of September, the outdoor exhibition will showcase the original works of ALBA, AUB LAU, UL and USEK students who were finalists in the competition on selected Promomedia advertising billboards across Beirut.The seven finalists were: Sarah Fayad (ALBA), Karol el-Masri (AUB), Krystel Saneh (ALBA) Safa Sinno (AUB) Hagop Vartabedian (IBA 2, UL), Layal al-Wazzan (LAU) and Jad Abou Zeki (LAU).In addition to the street billboard exhibition, the seven selected art works will be hosted for another month at LibanPost.
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