From the 14th to the 22nd of June, a public photo exhibition will take place on the theme: “Rue de Damas, Chemin de Rencontre” will take place at the French Protestant cemetery on Damascus Road.
Captured from the origins of photography to our mobiles, these twenty-two images tell the narrative of a place full of history and passion. Located at the outskirts of the city until the beginning of the 20th century Damascus Road, in the course of the urban developments, became, a street, a center, a line in the city of Beirut …
Damascus Road is again the founding meeting of Saul of Tarsus with Christ at the origins of Christianity. A Symbolic place of all the salutary movements towards more humanity and fraternity, Damascus road is presented here as a way of meeting.
The inauguration will take place Friday, June 14 at 18:30 in the garden of Damascus Road, in the presence of Philippe Aractingi, Patrick Baz and Georges Boustany, filmmakers, photographers, and collectors, passionate about image and writing. We thank the daily East-the-Day for its support without which this event would have remained confidential. Meeting place: French Protestant Cemetery, rue de Damas (SODECO, in front of Moulin d’Or).
Exhibition Opening: Friday, June 14 at 6:30 pm
Location: French Protestant Cemetery, rue de Damas (SODECO, in front of Moulin d’Or).
The exhibition will run till June 22