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A new multidisciplinary art platform opens Thursday at the Goethe-Institut.A collection of first-person accounts by independent Syrian artists practicing in and out of Syria, the book is introduced by playwright and actor Hanane Hajj Ali, a member of Ettijahat, the Beirut-based cultural organization behind MINA. MINA will host more than 30 artists from 10 countries in multiple locations in Beirut, throughout the first week of December.Ettijahat is not only concerned with providing funding and securing exposure for artists, Hajj Ali explains.Through MINA, Ettijahat seeks to provide a space for networking and integrating Syrian artists and intellectuals, so as to unearth important and pressing questions, regardless of the contextual constraints.
A celebration of the printed word
A fake duplicate
of the real world
Art from the end of the world
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