Artist Ayman Baalbaki Renders a Torn City into Beauty

By: Kamal Musharbash - Published: Oct 30, 2010 • References: radisnoir & wallpaper
As Lebanon continuously copes and reinvents itself from war, political unrest and social chaos, artist Ayman Baalbaki saw the beauty in its disruption and has made a name for himself with his phenomenal abstract paintings. The capital city, Beirut, decorates its skyline with abandoned buildings that were once the epicenter of this busy city.

However, what Ayman Baalbaki means to portray is the beauty that still lies deep within Beirut. Regardless of the decades of struggle and turmoil, this Lebanese artist is not afraid to mix the old with the new in hopes for a better future. Stats for Politically-Charged Abstract Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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