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It is the first in a new series of Sursock shows dedicated to collections of Lebanese artists. The new exhibition series aspires to offer "more content and context for a better understanding of Lebanese art," museum director Zeina Arida explains, "an introduction to art in Lebanon, forcing the public to get interested in one specific artist or theme and do its own research on it.The exhibition captures Bacha's dedication to a modernist tradition of media exploration.This chapter-like presentation showcases the array of Bacha's ideas.Bacha was inspired by Italian art, stemming perhaps from his journey to Italy in the 1970s.Bacha adds a modern twist.
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