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The 33rd Salon d'Automne crowned the winners of this year's edition with a small ceremony at Sursock Museum Thursday night. The competitive exhibition which has been up since November displays a varied assortment of artworks from 31 Lebanese artists, amateur and professional alike.The snaps explore ideas of memory, family and loss using images of the sea in the shape of people, doing everyday things.Visitors are encouraged to take apart the resin pieces and rematch them with the other statue, creating hybrid creatures. Vassoyan hopes to take it a step further in the future and have 100 statues in a public space for people to recreate with.
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