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This wide space is sometimes turned over to exhibitions, and is now displaying a series of colorful paintings by Dublin-based Filipino artist Marvin Baldemor.This exhibition is Baldemor's Lebanon debut.The works in "A Journey of Colors" combine traditional and contemporary techniques.There are also differences evident in the style of the Philippines and the Lebanon-themed work.This is how the artist perceives Lebanon.Though there are thousands of Philippines citizens in this country, many Lebanese don't know much about Filipino culture.Marvin Baldemor's "A Journey of Colors" is on show at the Zaitunay Bay Yacht Club until June 15 .
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