Hatem Imam, installation view. Threshold, Letitia Gallery, 2019. Photo by Mahmoud Rida. Courtesy of the artist and Letitia Gallery, Beirut.

GALLERY STATEMENT

Letitia Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Beirut focused on encouraging global engagement with contemporary art in Lebanon. Under the direction of Annie Vartivarian, the gallery has a strong ethos of collaboration and has worked closely with leading international curators from around the world on a project-focused model that looks to nurture the growth of artists from the MENA region as well as showcasing international artists in Lebanon. Letitia Gallery offers both local audiences and international visitors the opportunity to discover international artists and to gain a deeper understanding of the breadth of their practice through public programming that includes talks, off-site projects, site-specific commissioning and supporting cultural initiatives in Lebanon and the region.


ARTISTS

Sirine Fattouh
Radhika Khimji
Hatem Imam
Basir Mahmood
Nathaniel Rackowe
Ahmed Badry
Eileen Cooper


PREMISES

Letitia Gallery

Tour de Saroula, Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon

Tel: +961 1 353 222 – +961 1 754 744
Email: [email protected]

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturdays: 11am to 4pm

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