A 20-year anniversary can fly under the radar as an organization gets on with the job.
“Fouad was a collector who developed a passion, ... even an obsession, for photography,” recalled Yasmine Chemali.
This is the second of two features that take up some of the issues around the conservation of the photographic patrimony in the Middle East.
There is nothing like seeing the world from the air – the houses and roads reduced to dots on the horizon.
Looking up, you see the minimalist, black-and-white facade of the D.T. restaurant, its manicured lawn dotted with wooden tables and chairs, all of them empty.
The third edition of Ashkal Alwan’s Home Workspace Program was scheduled to commence in September 2013.
Fouad Debbas (1930-2001) may be Lebanon’s best-known collector.
Lebanon has been independent of French rule for some decades now, but francophone cultural production remains popular.
What if the history of photography was seen through the prism of theater, rather than the usual pictorial tradition?
The 50th edition of the Rencontres de la photographie, one of the biggest photography festivals on the world calendar, kicks off Monday in Arles, France, with...
“These photos must be from the late 1800s or early 1900s,” you think, glancing at the black-and-white pictures of men, women and children from Lebanon’s Druze...
“Where Here is Everywhere,” the latest exhibition at Beirut Art Residency by Nadine el Khoury, explores the visual changes of Beirut’s coastline from the...
“On Photography in Lebanon: Stories and Essays” is not emblazoned with an “iconic” Lebanese photo.