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These artworks came straight out of Lebanese artist Nabil Helou's imagination. "Odditorium" consists of around 40 pieces, a result of the artist's study of emptiness and his new take on the arts. It is hard to categorize Helou's work as either contemporary or modern art, but some viewers may classify the three-dimensional works as installations.Of course, for some viewers, it can be difficult to understand the true meaning of Helou's "Odds". The first encapsulates the idea of the "Odditorium" in itself – a wooden sculpture inhabited by a number of Helou's "Odds". Although the piece is composed of straight lines, Helou's juxtaposing of vivid colors, adorning the work with vertical and horizontal stripes, lends the work movement and dynamism". Nabil Helou's "Odditorium" is on display at Al-Bustan Hotel until March 23 .
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