Caretaker Minister of Culture, Judge Muhammad Wissam Al-Murtada, inaugurated today the exhibition by the creative sculptor, Carol Angea, at the headquarters of the National Library in Beirut, in the presence of the Caretaker Ministers of Industry and Environment, George Boushkian and Nasser Yassin, with a crowd of diplomats and cultural figures attending.
The exhibition is held under the title, “Libre Equilibre”, as part of the activities of the Francophone Month organized by the Ministry of Culture, which includes a number of sculptures with “bronze and resin” in various forms, showing the expressions of women and men in states of joy and sadness, and the quest for a liberal space to live in a society that allows its citizen the chance to achieve part of his or her dreams within a group, as the artist reflected in her sculptures.
This exhibition continues until March 31st.
In his inaugural word, Al-Murtada encouraged the Lebanese to visit the exhibition, saying: “This exhibition reflects the best expression of the openness that we aspire to have, which is in harmony with our culture in Lebanon, but it is a rational openness that enjoys balance, and ensures that society is not lost and that cultural identity is not lost.”
Source: National News Agency – Lebanon