In the picturesque village of Rachana, located in the hills above Batroun, artist Anachar Basbous has brought Mohtaraf Anachar Basbous to life. We learn more about this intriguing art museum in Basbous’s hometown during a private tour with the artist himself.
Rooted in heritage, the Nada Debs brand has remained loyal to its philosophy of imbuing exquisite design pieces with intricate patterns and inlays that celebrate traditional craftsmanship.
With countless solo exhibitions and international awards to her name, multidisciplinary Lebanese artist Lena Kelekian has carved out a successful career in the art world.
Considered the Middle East’s art hub, Beirut continues to amaze us with its creative output. Whether you’re a collector or an enthusiast, these exhibitions deserve your attention. Be sure to check them out before they end.
If you’re tired of going to bars and restaurants, and you want to try something new with your partner or friends, we’re here to guide you. Soothe your mind and let your creative side roam free at one of these unique spots.
Known for his striking and thought-provoking artworks, Ayman Baalbaki has emerged as one of the most influential Lebanese artists of our time.
Passionate about interior design, architecture and her country, Delphine Gebran has spent the last decade working on some of Beirut’s most iconic bars and restaurants. Here, she talks about her latest project, a countryside escape in Bekaa, and her love for local artisanship.
For almost 30 years, the Al Bustan Festival has been wowing audiences with its rich cultural program of performance art, which is largely put together by a talented team of women.
Today in Serepta, more commonly known as Sarafand, a sleepy village in southern Lebanon, one family is determined to keep the ancient tradition of glassblowing alive.