Beirut’s Sursock Museum Bloodied But Not Beaten

Screenshot of Sursock Museum home page frozen in time
Sursock Museum in Beirut on July 4, 2018 (Abu-Fadil)
Aref El Rayess’ series of six paintings “Modern Times and World History” mixed media on MDF (Abu-Fadil)
Laure Ghorayeb’s “Beirut Calls the Future Generations: Cain and Abel, or the Fratricidal War” (Abu-Fadil)
Blown out stained glass windows (courtesy Larissa Aoun)
“An Encounter Around the Wheel” exhibit with works by Dorothy Salhab Kazemi (Abu-Fadil)
Painter of clay Samir Müller’s pieces (Abu-Fadil)
Amine El Bacha’s preparatory drawing for a tapestry and an untitled tapestry (Abu-Fadil)
César Gemayel self-portrait 1936 (Abu-Fadil)
The “Salon Arabe” where Sursock greeted his guests (Abu-Fadil)
Nicolas Sursock’s study (Abu-Fadil)
Youssef Hoyek’s “Martyrs’ Memorial or The Weeping Women” (1930) in limestone (Abu-Fadil)



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Magda Abu-Fadil

Magda Abu-Fadil

Magda Abu-Fadil is a veteran foreign correspondent/editor of international news organizations, former academic, media trainer, consultant, speaker and blogger.