Agial Art Gallery
Anas Albraehe
Motherland
Ongoing till Feb. 22
Motherland
With his characteristically vibrant palette and rich patterns, Albraehe presents a new collection of oil paintings that examine the conditions of workers, specifically female laborers in Syria. Aesthetically, Albraehe’s work is consistently recognizable for its depth of color and supple texture.
Art Scene Gallery
Collective
Collective hosted by 392Rmeil393
Ongoing till Feb. 2
Collective hosted by 392Rmeil393
Art Scene presents a collective exhibition hosted by 392Rmeil393 in Gemmayze. Featuring artists Modern and Contemporary artists from Lebanon and abroad, the works meet at a crossroads of social and political commentary, particularly on the nation and urban landscape. All of the works come from the collection of Art Scene.
Depicting Protest
Collective
Depicting Protest
Ongoing till Mar. 1
Depicting Protest
Artists engaged with and depict ongoing social and political events and trends, interrogating and commenting on the current state of affairs in Lebanon through varied subjects and mediums.
Galerie Janine Rubeiz
Collective
October 17, 2019 Second Edition
Ongoing till Feb. 15
October 17, 2019 Second Edition
The second edition of an exhibition that showcases a variety of works by artists from Lebanon, responding and engaging with the current protests happening across the country.
Saleh Barakat Gallery
Abdul Rahman Katanani
Installation
Ongoing till Jan. 31
Installation
Utilizing materials like barbed wire and corrugated metal sheeting, Katanani mimics the building techniques seen in many of Lebanon’s refugee camps. These materials are associated with temporary or unstable buildings, built to last a finite period of time. The exhibition questions the impending fate of the country in a post-revolution context.
Sfeir-Semler Gallery
Etel Adnan
The Uprising of Colors
Ongoing till Apr. 11
The Uprising of Colors
Not only is this a poignant exhibition showcasing the multi-faceted talent of Adnan, an accomplished poet and visual artist, but it is likewise a gesture of hope in a time of crisis, intended to contribute “to the sustainability of the arts sector in Beirut.”