Mr. Brainwash's "Never Never Give Up," 175cmx132cm, mixed media. Photos courtesy of Bel-Air Fine Art Gallery
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Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.Screening as part of the 'Troubled Symphonies' cycle, Alex Cox's 1986 cult classic retails the story of Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious -- specifically Vicious' furtive solo career, heroin addiction and sudden, mm, estrangement from his girlfriend Nancy Spungen.The Zouk Mikael International Festival starts with Welsh bass-baritone singer Bryn Terfel with American soprano Monica Yunus, accompanied by the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra.Now in its second year on stage, this immensely popular homage to the profane cabaret culture of early 20th-century Egypt celebrates Arab femininity, and features the dance of Randa Makhoul and the vocal work of Yasmina Fayed and Lina Sahab.Metro al-Madina, Hamra Street, July 25-26, doors open at 9:30 p.m., show starts at 10 p.m.During its long history, AUB has accumulated many works of art that one encounters daily. "Art in Office" displays several works found in the university's various academic and administrative buildings. This art space displays works by such artists as Paul Guiragossian, Shafik Aboud, Saliba Douaihy and other Lebanese modernists.
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