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Chaos and contradiction, the Lebanese art displayed in the U.S. Embassy's "Art in Embassies" exhibition received great reviews by fleshing out the anarchy of the Lebanese existence and plastering it on canvas.Harb's "Blue painting," created through a mix of "spontaneous painting and a drill machine," was one of the largest on display in the exhibit, taking up almost an entire wall with its aquatic hue and seemingly endless circles.The ambassador's residence is currently housing eleven art pieces from Lebanese, American and Lebanese-American artists.Internationally renowned painters Yvette Achkar and Huguette El Khoury Caland were among the Lebanese artists to be featured in the exhibition, alongside Joseph Harb and Mansour el-Habre.
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