Artist Name: Christian Ghammachi

Date Created: 2013

Size : 180 x 120 cm

Medium: Diasec Mounted Archival Chromogenic Fujifilm Crystal Metallic print

Country: Lebanon

Artist Name: Christian Ghammachi Date Created: 2013 Size : 180 x 120 cm Medium: Diasec mounted. Printed on archival chromogenic Fujifilm Crystal Metallic paper Country: Lebanon

Christian Ghammachi, Lebanon

Christian Ghammachi was born in Lebanon and lived in Europe, the Middle East, as well as South Africa. His passion for photography spans over more than two decades and he has published an award wining photography book titled “19 Years Later”. In 2013, Christian made the decision of a lifetime – give up his career in corporate law, to pursue his passion for photography full-time. Following his desire to capture the resilience of Africa, he drove across all of Namibia, and then travelled through South Africa by motorbike on a quest for images. He then embarked on his biggest adventure, titled Two Wheels Across, during which he travelled alone, by motorbike, across the length of Africa, from Cape Town to Dubai, as a continuation in his quest for the ultimate African photographs. He has exhibited in London and Dubai and his work is now available on Go Global Art.

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By the turn of the 20th century, Beirut was vying with Cairo to be the major center for modern Arab thought, with many newspapers, magazines and literary societies. Additionally, Beirut became a thriving epicenter of Armenian culture with varied productions that was exported to the Armenian diaspora. Visual arts Mustafa Farroukh was one of Lebanon’s most prominent painters of the 19th century. Formally trained in Rome and Paris, he exhibited in venues from Paris to New York to Beirut over his career. Contemporary art Contemporary art started in Beirut immediately after the end of the civil war (1975-1991) with the alternative artworks of Anita Toutikian. Many more contemporary artists are currently active, such as Walid Raad, a contemporary media artist currently residing in New York. Two contemporary art exhibition centers, the Beirut Art …[read more]


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