Artist’s show evokes her days growing up in war-torn Lebanon
- By Review by David A.M. Goldberg Special to the Star-Advertiser
Jan. 3, 2016
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Artist Reem Bassous
City and sky disrupt domestic life in “Memory for Forgetfulness,” above, an acrylic, vinyl paint, acrylic gouache, milk paint, latex paint and charcoal on canvas.
“Shelter: Memory Blueprint” offers a disoriented view of an underground shelter, based on the artist’s memory of life during the Lebanese Civil War.
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