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Credit for this sleight of hand must go out to Hana Kaaki, Ibtissam Rifai and Joseph Honein, whose works have been gathered together for an exhibition the SV has imaginatively entitled "Ceramic Exhibition".Each of these three Lebanese artists has cultivated their own distinct approach to the medium. One of Honein's untitled works depicts a figure made out of colorful wires, lying down on a ceramic bench.Only one of Honein works, an untitled mixed-media piece, is hung on the wall. A large Plexiglas panel is covered with ceramic feet. The gallery has given no information as to what the artist might be getting at with this work, but it is quite nice to look at. It assembles the work of three artists with three different ceramic practices.
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