|> selected works
Lebanese painter born in 1964. In 1988, he obtained a degree in interior design from the Institute of Fine Arts at the Lebanese University in Beirut.
In his decorative arts workshop, he creates ‘trompe l’œil’, perspective and furniture design. He pursues lofty, philosophical, and meditative themes that reflect his aspiration for a balanced lifestyle and spiritual enlightenment.
He expresses his ideas in his highly skilled art work with tremendous impact and gusto. Recurrent themes throughout his art work illustrate his profound metaphysical ideas that are expressed in his reflections about nature, love, time, the human condition and psyche.
As a highly esteemed perspective designer, he works closely with renowned local and international architects namely: Arcrea International, Condas International, Dada Associates, Serge Brunst, and Gregory Gasterelia.
He has also worked for his majesty Sultan Qaboos - in conjunction with the creative team of Edgar Bali - on the ‘Al Baraka’ project in Muscat.
2010: UNESCO PALACE, "THE SELF IN TRANSCENDANCE", Beirut, Lebanon
2010: SHOW CASE WINNER FOR “APPLE TREE “ in “Artslant”
2010: AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Halat, Lebanon
2010: SHOW CASE WINNER FOR “THE CLIMBER OF THE SPIRAL CLOCK “ in “Artslant”
2010: AMERICAN UNIVERITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Beirut, Lebanon
2010: SHOW CASE WINNER FOR “APPLE TREE” in “Artslant” (The first contemporary art network)
2009: SURSOCK MUSEUM, SALON D’AUTOMNE, Beirut, Lebanon
2008: SURSOCK MUSEUM, SALON D’AUTOMNE, Beirut, Lebanon
2006: SURSOCK MUSEUM, SALON D’AUTOMNE, Beirut, Lebanon
2005: SURSOCK MUSEUM, SALON D’AUTOMNE, Beirut, Lebanon
2004: SURSOCK MUSEUM ,Beirut, Lebanon
FIRST PRIZE for “RAPHAEL WATERING CONCRETE PILLARS “
> Antoine MANSOUR
There is another aspect to reality, an invisible one, yet, omnipresent in the physical. To be able to reach that universal intelligence that coordinates the empirical world, one has to detach himself from his egotistic entity and apprehend the fact that he belongs to a whole. Then and only then there will be no more masks, no more personas, but the articulation of one’s soul reflecting both realities: the temporal and the universal one.