Beirut - The statement that Beirut thrived before the civil war is familiar.
Jimmy Dabbagh is a journalist based in Beirut and contributes cultural articles to The Arab Weekly.
Beirut - Like any industry, the art world comes with its own set of rules.
Beirut - As the landscape of the art world has evolved, so have the modes through which artists e
Beirut - The extent to which money has become ingrained in daily existence is a curious thing.
Beirut - In its traditional sense, a portrait can be expected to capture the likeness of a pers
Beirut - An unassuming street near Beirut’s Hamra district was transformed as Lebanese artist Gh
Beirut - It is safe to say that the internet has come of age.
Beirut - Extending beyond the glitz of Hollywood’s blockbuster-saturated silver screens, genre f
Beirut - Engulfed in sombre shades of violet and blue, the view of an abandoned amusement park fu
Beirut - Considered a staple of Arabic literature, the seven pre-Islamic poems known as the Mu’al
Beirut - Many people living in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, would readily describe their relat
Beirut - Whirling dervishes, belly dancers, oriental music and mysticism are images that create
Beirut - At a time when migration from war-battered Arab countries is fuelling prejudice in the W
Beirut - An intricate network of cultures, religions, sects and neighbourhoods intertwine and of
Beirut - The evening of April 8th began as many recent nights in Beirut have — permeated with t
Beirut - Decades of turmoil and tyranny in Iraq have spurred the emergence of a wave of artists,
Beirut - Instability and progress seldom go hand-in-hand.
Beirut - Wandering around the streets of Beirut, the city’s history is unveiled, splashed on wall
BEIRUT - While next door in Syria skies are buzzing with warplanes from various countries, Beir
Beirut - The collection of modern art in Lebanon has become more accessible to art lovers sittin