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Beirut and the Golden Sixties: A Manifesto of Fragility

With the exhibition «Beirut and the Golden Sixties», Berlin's Gropius Bau revives a dazzling and moving chapter in Beirut's modern history.

The period between the late 1950s and 1970s falls between the Lebanon Crisis in 1958 and the outbreak of the Lebanese Civil War in 1975. «Beirut and the Golden Sixties: A Manifesto of Fragility» at the Gropius Bau traces the complicated tension between artistic cosmopolitanism and Beirut's omnipresent transregional and political contradictions.

At a Glance

Beirut and the Golden Sixties
Gropius Bau
25 March 2022
12 June 2022
Opening hours
Wednesday to Monday from 10 AM to 7 PM
Admission Fee
15 Euro, red. 10 Euro
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Last edited: 14 June 2022