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Collection: Photo-Installations (war, trees, houses)


Collection: Photo-Installations (war, trees, houses)

Collection: Photo-Installations (war, trees, houses)
by May Haddad

Place: Ras Beirut Cultural Center exhibition room (Mezzanine)
Note: you can access from Golden Tulip Serenada main entrance or Fawzi Burj Al-Hamam entrance (people on wheel chair, please ask for elevator at the front desk)

Opening is on Thursday August 16 (6-8 pm), 2018

The exhibit continues on Friday August 17-Thursday August 30, 2018/ Opening hours 11:00 am-11:00 pm

About the exhibition:

Photos of instillations about war, cut down trees and demolished old houses that have been composed by the artist during the period 2006-2010. Four of the art works were displayed at Salon D’automne/ Nicolas Sursock museum.

Among the titles:

Albero guerra e colore rosso (Trees, War and Color Red)/ Lebanon
Chopped, in memory of cut down trees of Ras Beirut/ Lebanon
Leaves, homage to cut down trees / Lebanon
The Daouk palace, homage to one of the last palaces of Bliss street/ Ras Beirut
Trees, Skirts and Needles, a tribute to cut down trees
The Forest / British Columbia

The exhibition runs in parallel to that of Epitaph (in memory of cut down trees)

About the artist:
May Haddad MD.MPH is an independent writer and artist, public health expert, social activist, educator, and blogger. May has developed dozens of resource educational materials and publications. She has also curated several exhibitions and tributes in the MENA region and Canada. Her multi-media art works have been displayed in Canada & Lebanon

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