Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside the famous Grand Théâtre de Beyrouth? Take a look –here– at these amazing pictures from inside the fascinating abandoned venue. This building is a landmark and one of the last remaining relics from the pre-war era. Built in the late 1920’s, the building consisted of a …
Meet Ibrahim Sultani. This young talented artist created the series “khalle l lira terja3 tehki” (let the Lebanese pound speak again). He started painting on old 1,000 L.L. bills that he had been collecting since childhood. With money as his canvas, he draws portraits of notable Lebanese celebrities such as George Khabbaz, Nadine Labaki, Wadih …
We recently came across a very interesting initiative called the “Traveling art project”. This project aims at introducing Lebanese art to a younger audience. A mobile caravan serves as an exhibition space where children will be introduced to various art forms and where they will discover the artistic world in a non-conventional, fun and interactive …
We love Ghida Younes‘ My Fat Lady paintings! She brightens up our day. Check out this article and meet the Lebanese self-taught artist behind the round and proud character “who loves to have fun, eats a whole doughnut and does not regret a single bite”. In her own words, she is “fearless and utterly light (in …
Meet the talented Serge Najjar, otherwise known as @serjios on social media.
Lawyer and doctor at law, he started taking photography classes at the age of 37 and began posting his minimalist photography work on instagram where he quickly became a sensation.
He manipulates perspective in a mesmerizing way and brilliantly captures geometry, lines and shadows and architectural facades.
Big news in the fashion world !
Maison Rabih Kayrouz
joins the closed circle of haute couture alongside a group of acclaimed international houses such as Dior, Chanel and Givenchy.
After being elected as a guest member in 2016, the Lebanese designer, who recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of his label, is now one of 17 fashion houses part of the official haute couture calendar.
’s short documentary “I am no bird” is online.
This is a beautifully crafted film about Samer Saem Eldahr
's moving story. Samer is a talented electronic musician from Aleppo, pioneering a genre of electronic dance music he calls “electro-tarab”, who immigrated to Minnesota after having spent some years in Beirut.
“What began as humble mission to document an unknown, but significant, contribution to the electronic music world morphed into a story about family, friendship, and persevering to create in the midst of a changing environment" said the Brooklyn based filmmaker.
Watch it here
The Queen of England has awarded Lea Baroudi an #MBE (member of the Order of the British Empire) for her services to peace building and civic rights in Lebanon.
As head of MARCH, the NGO that defends free expression and equal rights, Lea Baroudi does remarkable work to significantly change the lives of many young people and help them bring peace to their communities.
Congratulations for this incredibly well deserved recognition! Keep up the great work!
We just read Jessy Moussallem‘s interview in L’Orient-Le Jour and we wanted to share some of her impressive work here with you.
In her interview, the talented filmmaker talks about what led her to work on Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moon’s video, her relationship with Lebanon, the challenges she faces and her more recent work on Agoria’s clip.
Jessy Moussallem pushes boundaries, her videos are emotional, powerful and edgy.