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BEIRUT: The Sursock Museum's latest exhibition, "Pierre Sadek: Picturing History," offers a glimpse at the late caricaturist's oeuvre.Founded in 2013 by Sadek's children, the foundation hopes to preserve and share his life's work."It is hard to choose a favorite," Sadek said, "but there is one that is so relevant to what we've been experiencing in our country for the past many decades and it talks about the current situation".He gestured to Sadek's "The Situation," the entire surface of which is black. Sadek's style became so closely associated with Lebanese caricature that it is seen to have spawned several emulators today, whose work is categorized as "Sadek caricatures"."Pierre Sadek: Picturing History" is up at Sursock Museum through April 30, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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