Friday, November 29, 2013

Last two days for Beirut Prints @ Al Souk (London)

 Design Week 

A short message to Londoners around here, and Lebanese living in London, and extraterrestrials hiding in London too. After a first week at the Graffik Gallery, Al Souk moved to the famous Tabernacle last Monday. The exhibition – held in the framework of the major Nour Festival – will end next Sunday. So you know what you have to do this week-end!

Beirut Prints is proud to showcase there some of its photographic production. You will also discover some Middle Eastern designers or artists such as Scene Beirut by Céline Khairallah, Azade by Céline Der Torossian, White sur white by Cyrille Najjar or Majnouna by Joumana Medlej (among others!).

See you there at the Tabernacle!

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Beirut Prints @ Al Souk (London)


Beirut Prints is happy to export its fine art photo collection! Starting November 14, some of our limited edition photographs will be available in London in the framework of Al Souk - the best of Arab design & art. The very first edition of this event will take place at the Graffik Gallery in Notting Hill (until November 21), and then at  the famous Tabernacle from November 25 to December 1. We are proud that Mazen Jannoun's Angel nº5 was chosen for the official poster.

Al Souk (which is part of the major Nour Festival of Arts) will also host products designers, editors, fashion designers. David Hury and Mazen Jannoun – part of Beirut Prints collective – will attend to the opening next week.

Spread the word and see you there!

List of Beirut Prints' limited edition sent to UK:


Beirut's Accessories
Artwork by Tanya Traboulsi
Edition 1/10, 2/10
Printed on Innova Semimatte
Beirut's Angel nº5
Artwork by Mazen Jannoun
Edition 2/10, 3/10, 4/10, 5/10
Printed on Innova Semimatte
Beirut's Battleship
Artwork by Kassim Dabaji
Edition 2/10, 3/10
Printed on Innova Semimatte
Beirut's Breath
Artwork by Rudy Bou Chebel
Edition 1/10, 2/10
Printed on Innova Semimatte
Beirut's Gravity
Artwork by Lara Zankoul
Edition 1/10, 2/10
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
Beirut's Mask
Artwork by David Hury
Edition 3/10, 4/10
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
Beirut's Old Lady
Artwork by David Hury
Edition 1/10, 2/10
Printed on Innova Semimatte
Beirut's Secret Corner nº5
Artwork by David Hury
Edition 1/10, 2/10
Printed on Innova Semimatte 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

The People vs. Beirut


As we mentioned last week, Beirut Prints takes part at the French book fair (BIEL, until next Sunday). Pass by our booth (B10, next to Antoine) anytime to write down what you feel about Beirut. The wall is yours!

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Beirut Prints @ 20th Salon du Livre de Beyrouth

For the first time, Beirut Prints will exhibit at Le Salon du Livre Francophone, at BIEL (November 1-10, booth B10). You will discover there six new posters. But something else is waiting for you there...

Finding Beirut Prints' logo
Everyday at 4pm, the speaker will launch some kind of egg hunt. Beirut Prints' logo will be hidden somewhere at the book fair. The first of you to find it and to bring it back to our booth will be offered one of our posters.

Writing your own quote about Beirut
Our wall is waiting for you, and for your creativity! As we'll be hosted by a book fair, let's be innovative... using words! You may pass by anytime to create and write down, on a A3 paper, a quote about our beloved Beirut.



Join this event on Facebook! See you there :-)

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

6 new Beirut Prints posters in town!

As mentioned last week, Beirut Prints will launch 6 new posters: 4 photographs signed by Melkan Bassil, George Haddad, David Hury and Christophe Rigaud, and 2 posters coming from a new series. They will be available at Beirut Prints' booth in BIEL (from November 2), and in bookstores one month later.







Monday, October 28, 2013

Rudy Bou Chebel @ Les Rencontres Photographiques du 10e (Paris)


Beirut Prints' photographer Rudy Bou Chebel will exhibit his work in the frame of the Rencontres photographiques du 10e in Paris.
Rudy's show – titled "In the streets of Beirut" – will take place at Kann Design, an emerging design gallery. It currently shows the work of a French photographer, Bernard Jouvin.

Opening November 8 at Kann Design. 
28, rue des Vinaigriers, 75010 Paris (France)

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Melkan Bassil @ Embrace Art Exhibition


Beirut Prints' photographer Melkan Bassil is part of the Embrace Art Exhibition with his Urban Totem. This collective show curated by Ara Azad is the tip of the iceberg of a major campaign about mental health in Lebanon leaded by the Embrace Fund. Nineteen artists were asked to produce a piece or two about this issue, such as photographers Rita Saadé, George Zouein and Gilbert Hage. Please take a look to this 360-degrees virtual tour.

Until November 4 at Zaituna Bay (Yacht Club) in Beirut.
And please stop saying that Embrace green logo looks like Zaatar w Zeit's :-)

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Printing some new posters

Bchemoun, Dots printing house. One huge Heidelberg monster prints 6 additional posters to Beirut Prints collection. They will be released soon...



 

 

 

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Tanya Traboulsi @ Potpourri 001

Back to work! Tanya Traboulsi will be part of the upcoming Art Factum exhibition, starting September 18. Potpourri 001 is the annual group show organized by Art Factum Gallery (Qarantina area). Seven other artists will be represented. Among them, French photographer Mustapha Azeroual who showed a magnificent work about trees at AFG in 2012.

Friday, May 31, 2013

Beirut Prints on the Agent List

If Beirut Prints started by selling Posters & Fine Art Photo Prints, its main objective remains to give exposure to the photographers involved. We are now working with architecture and design agencies in Beirut, by representing some of our photographers. Beirut Prints now appears on the main agents online portal, The Agent List.

Monday, May 27, 2013

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Ghadi Smat's website now online

Currently in France to present his work at PhotoMed Festival, Ghadi Smat just launched his new website. You will find lots of different sections in it, such as:
- Fashion
- Reportage
- Portraits
- Architecture
- Featured
- and a link to Beirut Prints' website as Ghadi is represented by our collective for commissioned work

Here is a selection of his artwork picked online...

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Lebanese photographic scene now @ PhotoMed Festival



Tanya TraboulsiLara ZankoulGhadi Smat and Mazen Jannoun - part of the Beirut Prints collective -, Caroline Tabet, Joanna Andraos and Emile Issa exhibit their artwork nowadays in Sanary-sur-Mer (south of France) in the frame of the PhotoMed Festival. One of them sent us a short message yesterday saying: "I did learn a lot by taking part to this festival..." 

The Lebanese participation is curated by Tony el-Hage and co-organized by Serge Akl from the Tourism Office of Lebanon in Paris. Thanks to them for being so engaged in promoting Lebanese artists.

French TV channel TV5 did air a short report (in French) about them.






Thanks to the Festival's Facebook page for the pictures above. You can also check Toromoro's Facebook album about the festival.