Current Exhibitions

Current Exhibitions

Alberto Cont
Luci e colori
Paintings & sculptures
March 8 – extended till June 30, 2020

Online Exhibition
Houda Kassatly
Refugee’s Camps in Lebanon, the Unsustainable Precarity
100 Photographs
April 14 – May 23, 2020

General lockdown & time for reflection. French & Arabic versions
For the past weeks, our world has been diving in a heavy silence, punctuated by the deafening howls of ambulance sirens and curfews.
Humanity, powerless, is confined.
What will be the duration and the cost of this lockdown?
What will be the outcome?
How life will look like after claustration?
Waiting for answers to the many questions raised by the pandemic, our concepts of time, freedom and hope seem to elude us, giving way to precarity.
Managing precarity, however, is the daily exercise of these human beings thrown on the roads of the world, locked down in camps, called refugees and migrants.

In this period of general lockdown and reflection,
I invite you to visit the online exhibition
Refugee’s Camps in Lebanon, the Unsustainable Precarity
Houda Kassatly
100 Photographs
From April 14 to May 23, 2020 on the site and to follow the debates to be held online
through the gallery’s website and social media pages.

This exhibition, originally planned in the Beirut gallery and as part of the year dedicated to Lebanese artist Houda Kassatly, presents a set of 100 photographs taken between 2012 and 2019 in Palestinian refugees’ camps, in Borj el Brajneh (near Beirut) and in Nahr el Bared (near Tripoli) and Syrian migrants’ camps in the Bekaa.
Through landscapes, interior scenes, still lives and portraits, the exhibition tackles the major themes of refugees’ life: architecture, daily activities, identity and future. Houda Kassatly denounces the infamous, questions consciences while magnifying the human.

Wishing you to remain safe,
Alice Mogabgab Karam.
Founder & owner.

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