“Temporary – Metamorphosis of a city: Beirut 1870-2052,” the show now up at Beyt Amir in Clemenceau, takes the viewer on a journey across Beirut’s changing...
You should not seek beauty, but let beauty find you. Somebody said that once.
Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.
A look at the cultural agenda for this weekend in Lebanon.
If roses symbolize love, desire and beauty, it follows that dead roses should symbolize their absence. In Gilbert Hage’s “Roses 1-4,” however, the flowers’...
Among the buzz of photographers, publishers and members of the public gathered around tables full of photobooks, stood Nadim Asfar.
What if the history of photography was seen through the prism of theater, rather than the usual pictorial tradition?
Photography will take center stage at the ninth edition of Beirut Art Fair this September, with a larger and more interactive fair and several parallel events.