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Exhibition | Through the Crowd

3ishbeirut

Thursday, 8 March Until Monday, 4 June 2018
Sursock Museum
The Event

The Sursock Museum is pleased to invite you to the opening of "Through the Crowd: A Selection of Images from The Fouad Debbas Collection."

◼ Opening on Thursday 8 March 2018 from 18:00 to 21:00 ◼

On view until 4 June 2018
The Fouad Debbas Collection Gallery, Level 1

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Exhibition Opening & Talk | Knots'n Dust by Francis Alÿs

3ishbeirut

Wednesday, 31 January till Monday, 9 April 2018
Beirut Art Center
The Event

This first solo show of Francis Alÿs in Lebanon (and in the region), Knots’n Dust gathers the artist’s early and recent works that explore themes of turbulence: the motions at the core and their outspread effects, ranging from the miniscule to the monumental. The show goes back and forth between the smallest element of unrest and instability to the most exaggerated form of disorder that this small unit can engender; from instability to total chaos, from meteorological phenomena to geopolitical manifestations, from a simple knot in the hair to an ascending spiral.

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Coloring Night For Adults

3ishbeirut

Wednesday, 21 February till Wednesday,28 March 2018
Joon On The Moon
The Event

Wednesday nights are coloring nights! (Sundays too ;) )

Coloring is relaxing and fun, suitable for everyone and a perfect opportunity to meet new people.

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Modern Bodies

3ishbeirut

Thursday, 15 March 2018
Lebanese American University - LAU
The Event

Working from a position of multiple modernities, multiple imperialisms, and in recognition of the diversity of regional experiences of postcoloniality, this one day conference examines the role of the dressed, and undressed, body in the formation, staging, and interrogation of the modern Middle East. Ranging from the role of the displayed elite body in campaigns for gender and social emancipation in Ottoman imperial cultures through to accounts of dress in the lives of early nationalist women and men, papers also investigate the use of legal frameworks by those who seek to control or resist the movement of women’s and men’s bodies. Combining approaches from cultural, social, and economic history with the history of art,