As artists discuss the role of contemporary art in times of revolution and rally on the streets, 20 leading arts organizations issued a statement of solidarity with protesters across Lebanon.
Slogans and images have appeared all over downtown Beirut since around-the-clock protests started on Thursday, October 17.
Mounira al-Solh resists homogenizing narratives about Arab women in her work’s specificity and its rejection of expected characters or sensationalized accounts.
In a Beirut exhibition, artists displaced by the civil war in Yemen broaden our collective understanding of one of the 21st century’s most dire humanitarian crises.
This is an imaginary landscape crafted by humans, but the urban dweller will recognize it as scarily quotidian.
Anonymous Syrian Artist SAINT HOAX’s Instagram performance launches in the wake of his MonuMental exhibition opening.
A foot-tall sculpture of a bull’s head was handed over to Manhattan’s district attorney last month at Lebanon’s request, but collectors from Colorado are claiming to be its rightful owners.
Earlier this week, curator Christine Tohmé was told by Lebanese authorities that her passport renewal had been “suspended” due to a warrant against her.
It appears that toting around any horned animal sculptures is enough to suggest one’s connection to Satanism — or at least that appears to be the case in Lebanon.
Meet the organization helping Syrian artists in Lebanon traverse Beirut’s burgeoning arts scene while maintaining their identity.
CHICAGO — The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, will begin on February 7, but the selfie olympics have already gone viral.
Arsonists torched a historic and beloved library in Tripoli, while the Canadian government has gutted its science libraries.