The works of the 14 artists exhibited in Galerie Tanit’s “From Sound to Silence” explore the different meanings and uses of sound, and its absence.
Upon entering Sanayeh Garden (aka Rene Mouawad Garden), the city recedes into the background.
Archaeology used to seem a simple thing. Scientists dug into the past with shovels and brushes, uncovering the ruins of long-dead cities, providing a material...
Ziad Antar recalls interviewing Kamal Salibi – the late doyen of Lebanese history – about his controversial 1985 study “The Bible Came from Arabia.”
Situated just down the road from the Canadian embassy, the Aishti Foundation’s new Lebanon headquarters had its gala opening Sunday evening.
Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut.
Thick metal disks fly through the air, landing with a plunk in a pool of wet clay. Splatters of liquid radiate out from the point of impact like shrapnel from...
Check out the latest happenings on the agenda this weekend around Beirut
A psychiatrist named Ghassan (Camille Salameh) has set up his practice in an anonymous tower block somewhere in the Lebanese capital.
Among the buzz of photographers, publishers and members of the public gathered around tables full of photobooks, stood Nadim Asfar.
Art broker Sotheby’s has been following artist trends since 1744, auctioning some of the finest art ever created, and servicing to the secondary art market.
Photography will take center stage at the ninth edition of Beirut Art Fair this September, with a larger and more interactive fair and several parallel events.