Libanoni és szíriai művészek kiállítása Bejrútban /Exhibition in Beirut by Libanese and Syrian artists

Source: Al-Shorfa.com, Image: A painting by Lebanese artist Wajih Nahle featuring shades of violet was on display at the 'Private Collection' exhibition at Beirut's Saifi Village Gallery in October. [Nohad Topalian/Al-Shorfa]

Source: Al-Shorfa.com, Image: A painting by Lebanese artist Wajih Nahle featuring shades of violet was on display at the ‘Private Collection’ exhibition at Beirut’s Saifi Village Gallery in October. [Nohad Topalian/Al-Shorfa]

2014. október 14-31. között megrendezésre került a különböző generációból származó libanoni és szíriai művészek alkotásait bemutató kiállítás Bejrútban. A művészek a következők voltak: Nazir Nabaa, Ezzeddine Chammout, Mustafa Ali, Safwan Dahoul, Sabhan Adam, Bahram, Wajih Nahle, Hussein Madi, Amine al-Basha, Halim Jardak and Rudy Rahme. A művek olyan festményeket és szobrokat tartalmaztak, melyek Szíria aktuális problémáival foglalkoztak és témájuk a klasszikustól az absztraktig terjedt.


An exhibition took place between October 14th and 31st 2014 in Beirut, featuring Lebanese and Syrian artists from different generations. Amongst the artists were: Nazir Nabaa, Ezzeddine Chammout, Mustafa Ali, Safwan Dahoul, Sabhan Adam, Bahram, Wajih Nahle, Hussein Madi, Amine al-Basha, Halim Jardak and Rudy Rahme. The art works included paintings and sculptures, with themes from classical to abstract, dealing with the current issues of Syria.

A cikk a következő linken található meg/ The link can be found on the following link: http://al-shorfa.com/en_GB/articles/meii/features/2014/11/04/feature-03

Forrás/Source: Topalian, N. (2014) Lebanese and Syrian artists unite at Beirut exhibition. Al-Shorfa.com
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