Beyt Amir hosts its first exhibition: 'Temporary' – a tribute to Beirut through photographs, prints, and installations, as well as multiples and publications by Plan BEY, all highlighting the different stages of change the city has undergone from 1870 until now, a visual presentation of its ever-transient nature.
November 4, 2017
11 am – 8 pm
In the presence of the artists:
Nadim Asfar | Antoine Atallah | Alex Baladi | Alphonse Garabedian | Abdallah Hatoum | Maha Nasrallah | Watchi
Exhibition continues until:
January 13, 2018
Every day (except Sundays)
11 am – 8 pm
For information: 76/763687
Organized by Beyt and Plan BEY
A guesthouse set in carefully restored traditional homes.
With locations in Mar Mikhael, Clemenceau, and soon Deir el Qamar, each Beyt offers different lodging units, a natural outdoor garden and regularly programmed events.
Beyt Amir, located in Clemenceau, is a traditional late Ottoman house built around 1915 and one of the last symbols of Beirut’s architectural heritage, a rarity in a city constantly in a state of change.
An artisan-publisher of artists’ multiples, books and prints, Plan BEY has 3 boutiques in Beirut which feature its own editions and publications that have been developed in its design and production workshop, in direct collaboration with Beirut-based artists.