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[뉴욕현대미술관, 2020년 10월 소식]Virtual Views: Beirut at a Crossroads—a live Q&A with Glenn Lowry & more
 
과학관과문화   기사입력  2020/10/08 [15:41]
 
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In many ways, Beirut is a city like ours—a cosmopolitan melting pot of cultures, scrappy and sophisticated, urban and urbane. The explosions that ripped through the city on August 4 destroyed so much—lives and livelihoods, buildings as well as the built heritage of a culture. Cultural institutions were among those critically damaged. For Beirutis, and Lebanese in general, whether living at home or abroad, and for the rest of the world as well, it was a calamity beyond imagination that will take generations to repair. Rebuilding will require enormous resources and the political will to overcome decades of ineffective government; it will also require a great deal of imagination and determination, and an ability to rise above the horrors of the moment.

Join me tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. EDT for a live Q&A with Christine Tohmé, director of Ashkal Alwan, a contemporary art space, and Zeina Arida, director of the Sursock Museum, with collections of modern and contemporary art, about what is happening in Beirut today and how cultural institutions are coping with the aftermath.

Glenn D. Lowry 
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Live Q&A Tomorrow
Thu, Oct 8, 12:00 p.m. EDT
Join us for a conversation with MoMA director Glenn D. Lowry, Christine Tohmé, cofounder of Ashkal Alwan, and Zeina Arida, director of Beirut’s Sursock Museum, about the challenges facing Beirut’s cultural institutions.
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Terra Incognita
Screening online through Oct 22
Watch a celebrated film that captures the uncertainties still facing Beirutis today, between history and the
present, ruin and reconstruction, leaving or staying, with an introduction by director Ghassan Salhab.
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Drop In with Lawrence Abu Hamdan on IGTV

MoMA PS1 curator Ruba Katrib checked in with artist Abu Hamdan to talk about reincarnation, bridging generations in his work, and more.
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Focus on Beirut

Explore Magazine features that include interviews with the artist Akram Zaatari, a curator's reflections on the lost houses of Beirut, and a list of humanitarian and cultural initiatives you can support.
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Images from top: Damage to the “The Challenge of Landscape Painting” section of Ten Stories from the Sursock Museum Collection, August 5, 2020. Photo: Rowina BouHarb. Courtesy Sursock Museum; Damage to the “For a Humanist Art” section of Ten Stories from the Sursock Museum Collection, August 5, 2020. Photo: Rowina BouHarb. Courtesy Sursock Museum; Terra incognita. 2002. Lebanon/France. Directed by Ghassan Salhab. Courtesy the filmmaker; Still from MoMA’s IGTV Drop in with Lawrence Abu Hamdan; Image from Akram Zaatari’s Instagram; Installation view of Henri Matisse (Gallery 506), The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2020 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Robert Gerhardt
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