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LEBANON | UNTITLED is a landmark show featuring more than 50 artworks by 33 talented modern and contemporary Lebanese artists.
Taking place from 7-11 June 2023 at Cromwell Place, London, as part of its Middle East curated moments, the exhibition is a collaboration between Janet Rady Fine Art and Artscoops, the leading online platform for MENA art.
Marking Artscoops’ first show outside of Lebanon and the biggest ever exhibition of Lebanese art in London, LEBANON | UNTITLED features a diverse range of paintings, mixed media pieces and sculptures by some of the country’s most renowned artists.
Notable highlights include ‘The Crow and the Fox’, by Willy Aractingi, from his well-known series illustrating the fables of Jeande La Fontaine, and two contrasting watercolours on paper, titled ‘Sun’ and ‘Mountains’, by the famous artist, poet and writer, Etel Adnan.
Marking Artscoops’ first show outside of Lebanon and organised in partnership with Janet Rady Fine Art, this milestone exhibition features artworks by contemporary and modern Lebanese artists. The works include paintings, mixed media pieces and sculptures by both emerging and established artists, spanning a broad range of price points. Highlights include ‘The Crow and the Fox’, one of Willy Aractingi’s renowned paintings from his series of illustrations for 'the Fables' of Jean de La Fontaine, a rare oil on canvas by the popular artist Samia Osseiran Junblatt and a typically detailed figurative piece in Chinese ink on canvas by Laure Ghorayeb, the celebrated artist who sadly passed away this year. Other creatives featured include Hussein Madi, known for his colourful paintings combining abstract design and Islamic art-inspired motifs, and Assadour Bezdikian, whose in-demand oils on canvas are rare finds. Audiences will also find artworks by Juliana Séraphim, displaying her hallmark dream-like imagery from childhood memories, and Huguette Caland, known for her erotic figurative representations of the female form.
4 Cromwell Place London, SW7