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The country's contemporary art scene will enjoy a change of location next month, thanks to "Cycles of Collapsing Progress".Curated by STUDIOCUR/ART founder Karina El Helou, the show stems from an arts residency exchange between Lebanon and Mexico. The exhibition will show works by 18 artists, 11 of them newly commissioned pieces by artists from both countries.The show, Helou said, has been 18 months in the making.Located in two of the city's sites – the Rashid Karami International Fair and Tripoli's Crusader Citadel – the show intends to create a dialogue between the contemporary art and the sites that are hosting them, as well as between the sites themselves."Cycles of Collapsing Progress" can be seen at the Rashid Karami International Fair and Tripoli's Citadel from Sept. 22 to Oct. 23 .
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