Bridging creative writing with visual art, “Love Letters to Meem” is a group exhibition curated by Dima Mikhayel Matta.
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Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.
One of the things families do, it’s said, is to stage collective memories for entertainment. Digital media no doubt abets this practice, if it persists at...
Marie and Nada are two of the five women whose thoughts about life as an over-30 single woman make up the substance of “Something Borrowed,” a photography and...
Works by French photographer Mustapha Azeroual are being exhibited for the second time at Karantina’s Art Factum Gallery.
In the heart of the city’s downtown gold souks, haunt of the moneyed and fashionably adorned, is a gateway to a vanishing world.
“Lebanon is a small country in terms of size,” Philippe Heullant said Thursday, “but it is large in terms of talent.”
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.