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The Daily Star (Lebanon) - - ARTS & CULTURE -

LE­BANON FILM ‘Ger­man Film Week’ Me­trop­o­lis Cin­ema-Sofil Sept. 21 un­til Oct. 1

01-204-080 This year presents seven con­tem­po­rary Ger­man-lan­guage films. The homage sec­tion will pay trib­ute to Ger­man en­ter­tain­ment icon Mar­lene Di­et­rich (1901-1992). All films are in Ger­man with English sub­ti­tles.

MU­SIC ‘Our Mu­sic Re­nais­sance’ AUB As­sem­bly Hall Sept. 19, 8 p.m.

01-350-000 ext. 2685 “Re­mem­ber­ing and dis­cov­er­ing,” the AUB fes­ti­val of Zaki Nas­sif, will hold a con­cert, con­ducted by re­tired Gen. Ge­orges Herro.

Omar Ka­mal Palais des Con­gres, Dbayeh Sept 28, 8:30 p.m.

01-999-666 This fundrais­ing event you won’t forget sees “Si­na­tra alArab” belt out tunes from Frank Si­na­tra, Michael Jack­son and Arab greats such as Ab­dul-Wa­hab and Fairouz.

ART ‘Pho­tog­ra­phy at Work’ Beirut Art Cen­ter, Jisr al-Wati Through Sept. 29

01-397-018 This ex­hi­bi­tion of work by late Amer­i­can artist Al­lan Sekula – an in­flu­en­tial pho­tog­ra­pher, writer, film­maker, the­o­rist and critic – fea­tures over 50 photo works, slide shows and videos from his ca­reer, re­vis­ited through ques­tions that in­form his work with con­tin­u­ing rel­e­vance.

‘Of Things to Come’ Mark Hachem Gallery, Rafic Sal­loum Street Open­ing Sept. 22, 6 p.m.

01-999-313 The fig­ures and heroic icons de­picted in this solo ex­hi­bi­tion of work by Nazar Yahya look back on our col­lec­tive child­hood, while pre­dict­ing our in­evitable end of life.

‘Dis­tant Re­mains’ Ayyam Gallery, Beirut Tower, Zeitouneh Street Through Oct. 28, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

01-374-450 The lat­est ex­hi­bi­tion by Syr­ian-Le­banese painter Fathal­lah Zam­roud shows the beauty of di­lap­i­dated ur­ban ar­chi­tec­ture and aban­doned build­ings.

‘Siah’ ARTLAB, Gem­mayzeh Through Sept. 30

03-244-577 Ira­nian artist Ferya Ari­anezhad’s lat­est solo ex­hi­bi­tion ex­plores hu­man iden­tity, to­tal­i­tar­ian sys­tems and the nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment.

THEATER ‘The Diary of a Mul­berry Tree’ Mas­rah al-Mad­ina, Hamra Sept. 14-16, 8:30 p.m.

01-341-470 In­spired by the Le­banese Civil War and East­ern phi­los­o­phy, Na­dine Abou Zaki’s per­for­mance tells the story of a mul­berry tree and its re­la­tion to its sur­round­ings.

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