Rising Art event 2019
Beirut’s top galleries showcase their newest stars. July 25 to 28 4pm-10pm, 2019 - Zaitunay Bay
Not for profit association for the promotion of Lebanese and Arab talent.
"Our aim is to provide a space, easily accessible to all, where can be exhibited various aspects of visual creativity, right in the heart of Beirut."
Aida Cherfan gallery
Aida Cherfan Fine Art gallery is carefully designed to host a permanent display of artwork: paintings, sculptures, photography, etc.
Art Scene gallery
We exhibit and sell contemporary paintings, sculptures, & cool furniture. We promote printmaking. We rent out our space for exhibitions & events.
Artlab brings fresh emerging talent focusing on contemporary figurative and abstract art from local and international, all in the heart of Gemmayzeh
Art on 56th
Independent visual art gallery in Beirut, Lebanon. It was founded by Noha Wadi Moharram in 2012 and is rooted in Gemmayzeh, the capital’s booming artistic and cultural neighborhood.
Galerie Cheriff Tabet
An art lover and a passionate collector, Cheriff Tabet has decided to devote his time sharing his passion for modern art.
Galerie Janine Rubeiz
Galerie Janine Rubeiz is based in Beirut and has been promoting Lebanese contemporary artists since 1967
Art Gallery located in the heart of Hamra. Established Jan 2017 to present, Letitia Gallery offers a collection of art in a variety of mediums including modern/original acrylic paintings and sculptures. Letitia Gallery is the social network for artists, designers and clients to meet.
Mark Hachem Gallery
In 1996 Mark Hachem opens his first contemporary art gallery in the heart of Paris, on the Place de Vosges. A second gallery followed eleven years later when Hachem inaugurated his Madison Avenue location in New York.
Today the spotlight is on BEIRUT, where the latest addition to Mark Hachem’s triangle of galleries opened in June 2010
Saleh Barakat Gallery
Saleh Barakat, who opened the Agial Gallery in Beirut in 1991, is marking his 25th year of career by launching the Saleh Barakat Gallery this May.
Paintings of Rawia Ghandour Zantout
My duty is to reconnect people with nature, show the world how beautiful and essential nature is. Nature is a gift from God, is it worth destroying? Listen to your heart… I want my work to inspire people, poke the ones that have forgotten the most beautiful gift from God and remind the rest that it’s never too late to save it. I believe that writers pass on their message through writing, the poets through their poems, the singer through their songs …. and the painters through their brush. The duty of each one of us is to work for a better future...