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TANIA 'TANBAK' BAKALIAN SAFIEDDINE TANIA 'TANBAK' BAKALIAN SAFIEDDINE

TANIA 'TANBAK' BAKALIAN SAFIEDDINE, Lebanon (1954)

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Bio

Tania Bakalian Safieddine, known as Tanbak, was born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1954. In 1958 she left to study Spanish literature in Madrid and then International Relations at Georgetown University in Washington. A self-taught artist, Tanbak, relies more on imagination and recollection rather than observation to create. She produces paintings, sculptures, and installations using natural colors and natural materials to depict historical themes, including the Lebanese civil war. The artist still lives and works in Beirut.

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Documents

L'Oeuvre Le Camp
Centre Pompidou, French
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Press

Confessions en temps de Corona: Tania Tanbak
Agenda Culturel, French, 2020
Un art résolument contemporain
L'Orient Le Jour, French, 2000
Atelier de peintre - Une porte ouverte sur l'art et ses questionnaires Tania Safieddine veut communiquer sa passion(photos)
Maya Ghandour
L'Orient Le Jour, French, 2000
Artist challenges the silence of the civil war
Lana Captan
The Daily Star, English, 2001
Coming back to the beginnings of time through art
Florence Thireau
The Daily Star, English, 2009
In Transit' Exhibition by Tanbak at Agial Art Gallery
Beirut.com, English, 2014
La Libanaise Tanbak s’expose à l’Agial Art Gallery
Agenda Culturel, French, 2014
Tanbak and the monochrome of mass tragedy
Jim Quilty
The Daily Star, English, 2014
Tanbak "en transit"
Colette Khalaf
L'Orient Le Jour, French, 2014
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Exhibitions

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