by Hanibal Srouji & Tania Nasr
March 16 - April 30
The two artists, Tania Nasr, a ceramist, and Hanibal Srouji, a painter have left Lebanon because of the civil war which embrased their country from 1975 to 1990. Both Hanibal’s paintings and Tania’s ceramic works are autobiographical works linked to the history of Lebanon.
This exhibition brings the two artists together around the themes of fire and landscapes.
It discloses their intimate stories through their singular creations. Their artworks speak of those landscapes that they were forced to leave, of those they have discovered and those that are being built. Their particular use of fire, as an element of creation, reflects the artists’ positive extents.