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Guns, cigars and the spoils of hunting – the latest exhibit at Espaces Ephemere gallery displays objets d'art with men in mind.Baroudi brought the odds and ends from fellow galleries, local artists and shops peddling unusual things, such as T-shirts from La T-shirterie, painted beer bottles by Long Hair Yuppie Scum and throw pillows designed by Nid A'Beille.Such contributors include photographers Marc Nader and Emile Issa and artist Bennoit Debbane.Baroudi also picked up a series of black-and-white nudes.Baroudi originally opened the space for a 10-day exhibit but has kept it going as a space for momentary collective shows and other artistic projects.A designer herself, Baroudi contributed to the exhibit with a series of creative storage boxes for CDs or DVDs, she suggested.
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