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  • Wednesday from 06:00 pm until 08:30 pm, Nov 07 2018
  • Every Monday to Friday from 11:00 am until 06:00 pm, Nov 08 2018 to Nov 28 2018
  • Every Saturday from 01:00 pm until 06:00 pm, Nov 08 2018 to Nov 28 2018
  • Rossa Cafe Bldg, 6th Floor, Hamra St, Beirut, Lebanon
  • Exhibitions, Arts & Culture

Between Rivers with Art Space Hamra

“Everything has not been lost, but everything has sensed that it might perish.” Paul Valery’s thought sums up the collaboration between Leila Kubba Kawash’s and Ihsan Jezany’s salute to the Iraqi marshes. Too often omitted from histories and suffering from the ravages of war on Iraq, Leila Kubba Kawash’s painting’s give us a sense of passing through a disappearing landscape while Ihsan Jezany’s photography countersigns the painting with forlorn gazes of a life passing away. Whether lines mark over a silhouetted landscape or indigenous inhabitants wear a sense of futility etched on their faces: the ecology of the marshes are enduring a disappearing aesthetic.

Tel: 01 736 516 - Mob: 76 703 572

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