Tourists to the contemporary art world remark upon its fixation with “space.”
Art Dubai, the Emirati art fair, recently announced that Lebanese artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan was the recipient of the 2018 edition Abraaj Group Art Prize.
Archaeology used to seem a simple thing. Scientists dug into the past with shovels and brushes, uncovering the ruins of long-dead cities, providing a material...
The most striking formal gesture in the first gallery is a fossilized cyclobatis.
You can walk into an art exhibition and nothing – not one of the dozens of objects and images adorning walls and plinths and floors – will provoke interest.
There is scant evidence of crows at Sursock Museum these days.
In November 1969, Lebanon’s Jeita Grotto was host to a historic sound event.
Some of this city’s pleasures – its reliable electricity supply, say, or the effortless traffic of Hamra and Mar Mikhael – can be enjoyed year round. Others...
At the entrance of the Beirut International Exhibition Center, a man and his sheep are chatting with a young fellow in uniform.
Amanda Abi Khalil is in Warsaw at the moment preparing to mount “Dust.”
Like many Lebanese artists, Ali Cherri’s work is rarely shown in Lebanon.
“Everything has changed in the world, not only in Lebanon,” observes Lina Kiryakos Chidiac.
“Gravity does not cause things to fall,” Mehreen Murtaza writes. “Instead falling causes gravity."
Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.
Thick metal disks fly through the air, landing with a plunk in a pool of wet clay. Splatters of liquid radiate out from the point of impact like shrapnel from...
Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut