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House of Today – Haptic Narrative: The Aspen Edition

House of Today – Haptic Narrative: The Aspen Edition

House of Today announces its collaborative contemporary art and design exhibition with R & Company and Lehmann Maupin With an uncertain world in the throes of social turmoil, there is no more important a time for us to demonstrate our love for our country and its people and to reaffirm our commitment to Lebanon’s creative future. In support

Beirut Film Society festivals online edition

partnership with Mentor Arabia, Beirut film Society launches 3 online film festivals! Amid the current situation, and as cinema is the strongest form of Resilience, Beirut Film Society’s Beirut International Women Film Festival, Beirut Shorts, Beirut International Children and Family Film Festival are moving online for this edition! If you are willing to watch a

Pioneering luxury with Mercedes-Benz and Virgil Abloh

Dubai. In the first initiative of its kind, Project Geländewagen sees Mercedes-Benz collaborate with the polymath artist, architect, creative director and fashion designer, Virgil Abloh, to create a unique artwork from the iconic Mercedes-Benz G-Class, which turned 40 in 2019. Working in collaboration with Mercedes-Benz Chief Design Officer, Gorden Wagener, the partnership marks the unification

Virtual Tour of Iconic Images from Lebanon’s Uprising and War Legacy Opens at the Middle East Institute Art Gallery

BEIRUT, Lebanon/ WASHINGTON, DC, USA — In collaboration with its partners in Beirut and Paris, the Washington-based Middle East Institute (MEI), announced the launch of Lebanon Then and Now, Photography from 2006 to 2020, an online exhibition running from July 13 through September 25, 2020. As Lebanon hobbles into its worst post-war crisis, facing economic

MON LIBAN D’AZUR Art, culture, and solidarity

« Nothing is more truly artistic than to love people” Vincent Van Gogh Art, a vector for social bond, or bond simply, is a flawless expression of solidarity for the Lebanese families living in great precarity. The online auction of works from 7 emerging artists, that took place between last May 8 and 22 on the

INVADERS IN BEIRUT

Portraying humans’ joys and struggles during the Covid-19 pandemic The pandemic spread Covid-19 covering the headlines of news shows, articles and papers. For the first time in a while, the commotion of our everyday life settled into a tranquil silence. The virus disrupted our routines and brought us out of our comfort zones. Today, we

Online exhibition “Refugee Camps in Lebanon, the Unsustainable Precarity” by Houda Kassatly – from April 14 to May 23 | Alice Mogabgab Gallery

For the past three weeks, our world has been diving in a heavy silence, punctuated by the deafening howls of ambulance sirens and curfews.Humanity, powerless, is confined.What will be the duration and the cost of this lockdown?What will be the outcome?How life will look like after claustration?Waiting for answers to the many questions raised by

Toni Makhoul starts his music tour outside Lebanon By presenting his extravaganza show “LE GRAND SPECTACLE” live at THE ROMANIAN NATIONAL OPERA – BUCHAREST ON MARCH 30

Beirut, March 09, 2020: Following the huge success of his latest album “New Dawn”, the distinguished multi-talented music composer, arranger and producer came up with a visionary project, one that required a grand approach which inspired the launch of Le Grand Spectacle; Toni Makhoul is preparing to present his big show “Le Grand Spectacle”, on

“The Place That Remains” back from Venice sheds light on the relation of the Lebanese to the land

After a memorable run as the first Lebanese Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, in 2018, the exhibition “The Place That Remains: Recounting the Unbuilt Territory” has returned to Beirut. It is being hosted by Beit Beirut until May 17, 2020. Designed by architect Hala Younes, the exhibition is an

Line-Up and Jury Announced for the first Red Sea Shorts Competition

Tim Redford of Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival to helm jury alongside actress Najla Ben Abdallah, and poet and cultural leader Ahmad Almulla Focussed on work from the Arab world, the winner of the competition receives a Golden Yusr Award and $50,000 Prize 27 February 2020, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | The Red Sea International Film Festival

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