Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.
Film buffs who enjoy thinking about what they watch have good reason to spend an afternoon at the Beirut Art Center these days. When they enter, they may find...
When art critics and their kin talk about the stuff they find in gallery and museum exhibitions, it’s a convenient fallback position to describe how it’s made.
The local art market has stagnated and at times come to a near standstill since the onset of the war in Syria in early 2011.
It has been said that the meaning of a piece of art may vary depending on where it’s exhibited.
Anyone walking through the main entrance of the Madinat Jumeira conference center nowadays must run a gauntlet of thigh-high marsh grass.
“It hasn’t changed,” reflects Mounira Al Solh. “When I go back to my [Beirut] studio and find what I was working on in 1999-2001, it was the same.
It’s a restive time in the MENA region. In the wake of the Arab Spring uprisings, and the ongoing socio-economic strains that provoked them, the region is...