The latest exhibition to be extracted from the Sursock Museum’s permanent collection has been curated along narrative lines.
Roy Dib’s “The Beach House” is a film about a conversation, set around a dinner party and hosted by the daughters of an expired Lebanese intellectual.
Music, culture and the arts are a force to fight extreme thought, said former French Minister for Culture and founder of the Fete de la Musique Jack Lang as...
The city’s yearly art fair, Beirut Art Fair, will stage its seventh edition Sept. 15-18 at the Beirut International Exhibition and Leisure center.
Situated just down the road from the Canadian embassy, the Aishti Foundation’s new Lebanon headquarters had its gala opening Sunday evening.
As ABC Ashrafieh unveiled its very own men’s lifestyle spot Wednesday, the department store explored the ever-growing love affair between fashion, design and...
“Everything has changed in the world, not only in Lebanon,” observes Lina Kiryakos Chidiac.
Aside from providing an excuse to turn on air conditioning, the present bout of blistering weather serves to remind Lebanese with disposable income of one...
In July 1982 the Israeli army was laying siege to Beirut. Its air force littered the landscape with leaflets ordering citizens to leave or face certain death.
After last year’s Baalbeck International Festival was disrupted by the shaky security situation in east Lebanon in the wake of the opening concerts,...
Palestinian curator Lara Khaldi gestures to the ceiling, where the Madinat Jumeira conference center’s air conditioning jostles a cluster of helium-filled...
A look at the cultural agenda for this weekend and beyond in Beirut.
Throughout much of the history of cultural production, art has been purchased because of the pleasure it’s brought to the art lover.
One of the great clichés of human relations is that men, without exception, are unfaithful brutes while women are hardwired to seek monogamy.
Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.
Etel Adnan’s short novel “Sitt Marie-Rose” (1977) is a scathing indictment of the senseless brutality and prejudice fueling a war.
Hans-Ulrich Obrist seems a man whose attention is always partly someplace else.
“Etel Adnan,” Kaelen Wilson-Goldie’s biographical art book about the Lebanese-American painter, writer and poet was launched at Sursock Monday night.
“On Photography in Lebanon: Stories and Essays” is not emblazoned with an “iconic” Lebanese photo.