Art invades the Streets of Downtown

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Laure d’Hauteville, minister of Culture Raymond Araygi, Elias Mrad, Lama Karam, Gaby Bitarian in front of Officine Panerai boutique with the fascinating sculptures by Richard Orlinski. © Officine Panerai.

 

The streets of Downtown Beirut relive for the 4th consecutive year, to the rhythm of contemporary art with Beirut Art Week. Works of art of various artists are exhibited in emblematic places of the city, like the  Martyrs square and in luxury boutiques such as Hermès, Officine Panerai, Elie Saab …

 

 

 

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Michele Garzouzi, Mrs Araygi with minister Raymond Araygi and Nicolas Garzouzi. © Hermès

 

 

 

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Versions of the silk scarf Panthera Pardus realized by the talented Robert Dallet, exposed in Hermès boutique. © Hermès

 

 

 

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The turtles of Ghassan Zard exposed in front of Le Gray Hotel. Courtesy of the l’artist & Tanit Gallery Beirut.

 

 

 

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Bassam Kyrillos next to Gant Rouge, Fakhry Bey place. Courtesy of Mark Hachem.

 

 

 

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The pearl, in front of Air France, Nabil Helou. Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

 

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Kameel Hawa, Souk el Tawileh place. Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

 

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Jason Botkin and Jeremy Shantz, place Plum. Collection des Plumes, Galerie Elsie Braidi