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Lebanese artist Alfred Tarazi works in a variety of media – photography, sculpture, collage, mixed media installations – but a common thread links his many artistic endeavours: analyzing, retelling and processing the memory of the Lebanese civil war.


The traumatic post-war Lebanon raised his awareness about the traumas of the war at the political, geographical and social levels, which led him to try and reconnect with and understand the times of conflict.In his digital collages, he often superimposes images of pre- and post-war Lebanon, re-enacting past situations to bring to light uncanny circumstances. The viewer is thus confronted with the past and is inevitably forced to re-evaluate his or her relationship with it.


Tarazi is currently based in Beirut, where he studied graphic design at the American University. Since 2006, he has been featured in group shows in Lebanon, Kuwait, Dubai, Lisbon and London. He also exhibited at the Slick Art Fair in Paris in 2010, and Art Dubai in 2011. He is a Member of Atelier Hapsitus, a multi-disciplinary group founded and led by architect Nadim Karam, and an instigator of the Feel Collective, a group of cultural activists who aim to change thinking patterns in their environment.

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