More than 200 artists, painters, and sculptors contributed with their creative expressions, reflecting strong statements that the people of the revolution are not giving up.
#1 The Silenced Lebanese
A very expressive artwork, indeed, by Batool Jacob, an award-winning artist from Tripoli. It shows the pain of a struggling Lebanese individual, oppressed by the capital control measures, at a time in which the people endure a harsh economic crisis.
A Lebanese commented on social media, “It summarizes the cause of our current tragedy.”
#2 Rejected Lebanese Passport
A striking creative art stating a bitter reality. Has the artist meant to express her/his rejection of the government system as it is, or the rejection Lebanese nationals have been facing from other countries? It is left to interpretation.
The particularity of this art is in its placement, right at the feet of the martyrs of Lebanon to which the artist directed the umbilical cord. It expresses the sacrifices being made for the birth of a new Lebanon free of corruption, abuses, and oppression.
#5 Thawra Events
An interesting representation of the Lebanese revolution, compiling various events that touched the artist.
#6 Revolution is Love
Love of each other, and love of Lebanon; that is the real meaning of this revolution.
From the unity on the grounds of the protests to the human chain that linked the south to the north, patriotism has been strongly relevant during this revolution that had shattered the barriers of separation.
It is that unwavering unity that has made this revolution not only possible but persistent and strong.
#8 Facing oppression
The gas mask with a shattered eyeglass represents the protesters’ hardships as they face abuse of power.
#9 To Victory
A colorful painting representing the radiant strength of the revolution.
From the ashes of disaster, the Lebanese revolution made it possible for Lebanon to rise, like the phoenix. A powerful message of faith in our country by the artist Ghiath Al Robih.
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