Sirine Fattouh

"In A Night in Beirut the artist follows a man in a white robe, ‘El Tabbal’, for the first time after years of hearing him but never seeing his face during her childhood spent in Beirut before moving to Paris. Fattouh explains the trigger for this video was to put a face on a voice that was once a terrifying and mystic sound that broke sharply during the nights of the holy month of Ramadan, creating numerous fantasy stories in the minds of young children."

Mayssa Fattouh

Sirine Fattouh is a Lebanese artist living between Paris and Beirut. She graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts of Paris Cergy in 2006. Since 2006, she has exhibited her work at the Beirut Art Center, Roy Sfeir Gallery, The Biennial of Contemporary Art in Bourges, the French Cultural Center in Beirut, The Running Horse Contemporary Art Space. Her work creates a hulling atmosphere of seemingly ordinary surroundings while constantly raising pressing political and social questions about those who are the least heard and given voice to.

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