“Lemonade Everything Was So Infinite,” an exhibition of 30 new works by Lebanese artist Hiba Kalache, assembles works emerging from her examination of sacral...
Katya Traboulsi’s exhibition “Perpetual Identities” treads the line between destruction and beauty.
Abu Shehab stares at the crowd with his crossed eyes, half-opened mouth and dark hair separated by a symmetrical line down the middle of his head.
Sixty years ago, this city bore little resemblance to the place today.
Given its global reach, the U.S. dollar is thought the most reliable of currencies.
“Lebanon is like Switzerland 100 years ago,” suggested Adrian Notz, noting that during World War I Switzerland was a safe haven for its warring neighbors, not...
In its most recent usage, the term “Blowback” denotes how every decision or military action provokes unintended, unwanted consequences.
Rima Khcheich strode onto the Masrah al-Madina stage Friday evening and, nodding a brief smile at her audience, began to sing “Ayyouhal Foulkou.”
Freedom of expression in the arts needs certain conditions to thrive: the willingness to embrace controversy and diversity of opinion, to maintain open debate...
It may be a pleasant surprise for theatergoers hereabouts to learn that this city has been classed one of the “12 theater cities of the future.”
Sales are down compared to the past five years, Saleh Barakat observed.
Saleh Barakat stepped onto the city’s art exhibition stage in 1991, when he opened Ras Beirut’s Agial Gallery.
Fashionista Hadia Sinno took the style world by storm with a unique combination of expertise and avant-garde style, rising to become one of the most...
Lebanese sculptor Anachar Basbous’ latest exhibition blends abstract and natural forms.