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Exhibits at Beirut Exhibition Center

Rached Bohsali lives and works in Beirut, where he chairs the Fine Arts Department of the Lebanese American University. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the American University of Beirut and a C.E.A.A. in Domestic Architecture from the Ecole d’Architecture Paris-Villemin (1985).


Bohsali works primarily with watercolour, producing hyperrealist trompe-l’oeil renditions of still lives and landscapes. He paints the simple objects that surround him, but magnifies their details to reveal the complexity of life and the subtle plays of transparencies across materials, carefully reproducing the nuances of light and shadow in his compositions. He creates universes at once poetic, surreal and hyper-real, and makes reference to the importance of preserving one’s environmental and cultural heritage.


Bohsali has been exhibiting paintings and watercolours in Beirut since 1992. His work has also been featured in collective exhibitions in Beirut, Kuwait, the UAE, Bahrain, as well as in Europe and the United States. He notably participated in Lebanon, the Artist’s View 2, in 2004 in London. In 1996 and 1997, he was awarded a Special Mention by the Salon d’Automne of the Sursock Museum in Beirut. He was oneof twelve prize winners of the World-Wide Millennium Painting Competition organized by Winsor & Newton and IMOGEN in London, and a finalist in the Still Life category of the Artist’s Magazine international annual art competition (2001-2008).

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