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In "Mirror in the Mirror," Hoda Baalbaki's solo exhibition now up at Alwane Gallery in Saifi Village, the artist breaks down barriers and faces her own reflection.After exploring abstraction, Baalbaki began adapting themes from nature into her work.On the opposite end of the room is a piece that displays another one of Baalbaki's motifs.While Baalbaki says she painted this in appreciation of nature, she also had a deeper, more personal message to convey.The exhibition "Mirror in the Mirror" is interesting because it is as much about the artist as it is about the world around her, addressing her journey while commenting on the human experience."Mirror in the Mirror" is up at Alwane Gallery though 14 April.
Keep dancing, in war and in trash
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From the rubble of a fading memory
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