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Descriere: epaselect epa09281919 Lebanese glass artist Maya Husseini works at her studio on the tinted glass windows that will replace the ones that were shuttered at the Sursock Museum during the Beirut port explosion of August 2020, in the Hazmieh area east of Beirut, Lebanon, 07 May 2021 (Issued 18 June 2021). In the outskirts of Beirut, in the studio of glass artist Maya Husseini, a small team of three works seven days a week to craft dozens of new stained glass windows for the museum. Husseini cuts out numbered cardboard patterns that he places on the glass sheets to obtain the colored pieces that will later be assembled with metal strips. The task is arduous, involves ten different phases, and will take about six months to complete. Fortunately, the artist still had her drawings of the windows created based on black and white photographs from before the war. The absence of color in the original images made it necessary to intuitively choose the colors red, orange, blue and yellow. Arida estimates that they will not be able to reopen the gallery until the beginning of 2022. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH
Cuvinte cheie: epaselect
ID fotografie: 14731694
Redactor: EPA
Locatie: BEIRUT - Lebanon
Dimensiune: 4928 x 3280 px
Realizat: 2021-05-07
Introdus: 2021-06-18 15:12:22


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