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"Brussels -- Beirut, the Living Colors," the current exhibition at Alice Mogabgab Gallery, aims to breathe new life into vintage postcards and lithographs from Lebanon and Belgium. French artist Leopoldine Roux's 30-piece solo is a local extension of two series Roux has been working on since 2010 . The show, and its connection of Brussels and Beirut, is timed to coincide with Alice Mogabgab inaugurating its new space in Brussels, Roux's city of residence.For the current show, Roux amassed a number of Lebanese postcards from flea markets to paint over, using the messages on them to get inside the country's past.
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