Karine Boulanger, Murmures Entre Les Branches, 2015. Oil on canvas, 130 x 195 cm. Courtesy of Galerie Janine Rubeiz.
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Climate change and the search for a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle has led many people to move to the countryside. Bucolic landscapes of concrete jungle, rolling hills of crowded events, Selections Viewing Rooms is pleased to present a series of works depicting rural and urban realities through intricate and experimental landscapes.

Anas Albraehe
Ayman Elsemary
Bassam Geitani
Catalina Swinburn
Charbel Aoun
Daniele Genadry
Fatima Al Hajj
Hady Sy
Hala Ezzeddine
Hala Schoukair
Hazem Harb
Ibrahim El Dessouki
Jellel Gastelli
Jamil Molaeb
Karine Boulanger
Mostafa Sarabi
Nabil Anani
Nadia Safieddine
Nicene Kossentini
Oussama Baalbaki
Raju Alexis
Ribal Molaeb
Ruba Salameh
Samia Halaby
Sliman Mansour
Tagreed Darghouth
Vera Tamari
Vincenzo Albano
Yasmina Nysten
Zena Assi

Why I Moved to the Countryside is on view until the 15th of November.

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