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Nada Debs

Nada Debs (b.1962) is a designer living and working in Beirut. Her work ranges from product and furniture design to one-off commissions across craft, art, fashion, and interiors. Having grown up in Japan, she studied design at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in the United States and has traveled all over the world, looking for connections between different cultures. The common thread in her work is her ability to distil culture and craftsmanship to create pieces of emotional resonance that cut across time and borders. Debs’ work has been shown globally, including at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany; the Boghossian Foundation, Brussels, Belgium; and Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France. Her design pieces are part of the permanent collection at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar.


4 December, 2021 to 9 January, 2022

Lost In The Right Direction

Lost in the right direction is the second exhibition from AD Leb, a cultural space and digital platform dedicated to supporting cultural and artistic production in Lebanon and the surrounding region. Contemporary works by established and emerging artists, designers and artisans are displayed at an archaeological site in the mountains east of Beirut in a rare, public outdoor exhibition. Explore


Exibart December 27, 2021

In Libano, un sito archeologico ospita una mostra d’arte contemporanea

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The National News December 27, 2021

Lebanon art show at Beit Meri’s Roman ruins portrays tragedy in a delicate way

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L’Orient Le Jour December 27, 2021

Perdus dans la bonne direction à Deir el-Qalaa, entre vestiges et créations artistiques…

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