‘The Secret’ by Rosemary Chamoun at Galerie Janine Rubeiz
Rosemary Chamoun’s solo exhibition, “The Secret,” delves into a profound artistic exploration using oil on canvas. Through the interplay of impasto rigidity and smooth brushstrokes, she merges contrasting elements, symbolising her spiritual journey and the quest to understand the underlying motive of existence. Chamoun’s artwork raises fundamental questions about the meaning of the physical world, our purpose for existence, and the mysteries beyond the spiritual realm. By blending texture and technique, she invites viewers to contemplate their own existential queries and embark on a personal journey of self-discovery. The Secret is an invitation to explore the depths of the human experience and embrace the connection between the physical and the spiritual.
Born in 1995, Rosemary Chamoun is a young contemporary artist and architect based in Lebanon. Despite a shift in plans due to the pandemic, she engaged in international entrepreneurship programs, collaborating with esteemed experts from diverse fields. This experience has fueled her involvement in an ambitious international art project set to launch at The Shed in Manhattan, New York City, with the aim to inspire audiences worldwide and make a profound impact on the art world.
Chamoun’s architectural design experience spans across continents, including Australia, Latin America, and the Middle East. She seamlessly blends art and technology, evident in her work on a significant UAE metaverse platform. Before her anticipated project’s launch in New York, Chamoun’s captivating solo exhibition “The Secret” is on display at Galerie Janine Rubeiz. It offers a glimpse into her artistic evolution and inspiration, running from July 26 to August 11, 2023.
About The Galerie Janine Rubeiz
Since its transformation in 1992, Galerie Janine Rubeiz has been a vital force in supporting Lebanese modern and contemporary art, both locally and internationally. Representing influential artists like Shafic Abboud and Huguette Caland, the gallery has also promoted global cultural exchange by exhibiting foreign artists. Despite Lebanon’s political challenges, the gallery remains committed to its mission and actively engages in promoting young Lebanese artists associated with the country’s revolution. Initiatives like the “October 17, 2019” group show demonstrate the gallery’s dedication to nurturing emerging talents and fostering a prosperous cultural dialogue.