Temporary - Metamorphosis of a city: Beirut 1870 - 2052
November 4, 2017 – January 13, 2018
Mar Mikhael, Clemenceau & Deir al Qamar, Beirut, Lebanon
Beyt Amir hosts its first exhibition: 'Temporary' – a tribute to Beirut through photographs, prints, sculptures and a video installation, 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 exhibitions and food 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.