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The Art of the Thawra

The Art of the Thawra

Before the revolution, almost no artists dared to venture into Solidere’s territory and were focused on other parts of the city. Those who did were fought by the contractor. The fact that the revolution was hosted mostly by the Beirut Central District has a powerful meaning. It is a break of geographical and conventional boundaries of public spaces.

March 26, 2021March 22, 2021
Building on another chapter

Building on another chapter

The Beirut port explosion has had a profound impact on my art, especially on the subject matters of my work as it brought with it so many of my childhood memories in wartime and all the insecurities we still live through.

March 25, 2021March 3, 2021
We will rebuild and continue

We will rebuild and continue

The survival of creative enterprises in Lebanon means the survival of their plurality, tolerance, and freedom of expression. We will not list all the obstacles facing artists, but we will rebuild and continue...

March 19, 2021February 26, 2021
Art for hope and resilience

Art for hope and resilience

The Beirut port explosions have had a negative economic impact on most fields and unfortunately artists have also had their fair share in that matter.

March 16, 2021February 24, 2021
Art is what makes us more human

Art is what makes us more human

I think art is what makes us more human and, at the same time, it reminds us that we are part of nature and of our environment. It's the bond that keeps us in touch with our humanity and that makes us open, curious and welcoming to the world.

March 15, 2021February 23, 2021
Digital art matters

Digital art matters

This is the message I hope to deliver through Nabad's amazing contribution to the art community, I want to spread awareness about digital art as a standalone competitive creative field with a promising future. Let us show the world what this country can achieve!

March 12, 2021February 19, 2021