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These are among the stereotypes the exhibition "Break All Frames," now up at Beit Beirut, is trying to combat.This time the NGO decided to use cultural production to get people thinking about the stereotypes about women they may harbor.Standing before one of her works four sculptures depicting a woman on her journey through life Leila Jabre-Jureidini said the piece was inspired by her own experience.Jabre-Jureidini's fourth sculpture, a bronze depicting a woman moving a mountain of granite, is being shown for the first time.Jabre-Jureidini said her installation would be completely different if a woman's journey through life were closer to that of a man's.The curators also invited male artists to contribute to the show."Break All Frames" comprises 50 pieces by 30 artists (24 women, six men) reflecting a multifaceted vision of Lebanese women women on their own, in relation to other women, men.
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