“We start in the everyday,” Rachel Dedman gestures to a half dozen embroidered pieces before her, “everyday dresses,” she calls them.
Rami El Nimer says his interest in collecting stems from his family’s house in Nablus, where the Nimr aghas took up residence in 1610.
“Gravity does not cause things to fall,” Mehreen Murtaza writes. “Instead falling causes gravity."
When looking into Lebanese art history and the key players from the fabled Golden Age that impacted today’s art scene, Helen Khal’s name is unlikely to come up.
Lebanese artist Nadim Karam has been creating sculptural and architectural showstoppers around the world for decades, dotting the streets of Beirut, Prague,...