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"The Visit," the latest exhibition at Galerie Tanit by Chafa Ghaddar, blends contemporary art practices and fresco techniques in a series of 23 abstract paintings.Separated into sections, it presents her "Cheminement" works, which are flesh-toned with a red slash suggesting wounds; her "Tissu" section, involving lace patterns; and a few standalone pieces in blood red and pastel blue. Born in 1986 and currently living in Dubai, the Lebanese artist has developed her career in mural and surface painting over the years.These ideas explored in this series have been recurrent in her previous works, especially the pieces dealing with skin as a malleable surface. Many are painted in warm burgundy or coral colors, with lace either printed on the surface or stuck to the paint.
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