Areiji and Abou Nader spoke glowingly about the partnership.
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Lebanon's Culture Ministry and the Association for the Promotion and Exhibition of the Arts in Lebanon signed an agreement Friday loaning the ministry's art collection to APEAL's anticipated museum of modern and contemporary art, BeMA.Along with works from the collections of three private individuals, this loan will form the backbone of the new museum. "It is an open loan," Abou Nader told The Daily Star, "and we are taking charge of the restoration of the collection". She said the collection is comprised of modern and contemporary works. Both Areiji and Abou Nader spoke glowingly of the possibilities posed by the museum and collection's future.
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