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Sunday saw the close of a four-day exhibition that gathered together 120 Lebanese artists, painters, sculptors, and photographers in one show, held at the gallery of Le Yacht Club Beirut in Zaitunay Bay. The exhibition, named Art for Life, aimed to encourage Lebanese people of all ages to come and embrace, enjoy and even purchase local art. Of the proceeds of sales of works over the weekend, 30 percent goes to the NGO, half to the artist who created the piece and the last 20 percent to the organizers, Sarkis Perros explained.Mhanna was also one of the youngest artists on show this weekend.
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