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Nowadays the garden is hosting "Resistance and Persistence," an exhibition of sculptures, installations, video, art and design objects and performances – all selected to reflect upon the theme of resistance and persistence."Resistance and Persistence" assembles work by 24 Lebanese and international artists, with the object of having their works challenged in dialogue with a public space, inviting the public to engage with the art.The show's been organized by Art in Motion, a nonprofit organization devoted to establishing a cultural dialogue through public art. "Resistance and Persistence" isn't Lebanon's first outdoor exhibition, of course.Organized by Christine Tohme, Rania Tabbara (see above) and artist Marwan Rechmaoui, the Sanayeh Project was the first of Ashkal Alwan's several public art interventions."Resistance and Persistence" includes two sculptures by Palestinian-Lebanese artist Abdul Rahman Katanani, whose work reflects his own experiences and those of other refugees living in Lebanon's camps.Created by Iraqi artist Hanaa Malallah, the ironic "Biohazard," 2016, was designed for garden exhibition."Resistance and Persistence" can be found at Sanayeh Garden through Oct. 24 .
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