There’s a extremely fascinating exhibition happening at Beyt Amir entitled “Momentary – Metamorphosis of a metropolis: Beirut 1870 – 2052“. The exhibition is a tribute to Beirut by means of pictures, prints, and installations displaying how Beirut has developed from 1870 till now. Beyt Amir is a wonderful outdated home constructed over 100 years in the past and one of many final remaining symbols of Beirut’s wealthy heritage.
For those who’re questioning why 2052, it’s as a result of there’s an illustration realized by Swiss-Lebanese comedian artist Alex Baladi imagining a Beirut that hasn’t lived a warfare in 2052. It’s introduced in a playful 22x22cm puzzle format that may be assembled into a 3 meters lengthy picture. [Supply]
You may try additional information on the exhibition [right here].