A series of frescoes on wood dedicated to the cacti in my garden.
A fresco mural dedicated to Galerie Tanit and the Mar Mikhayel neighborhood after the Beirut Port Explosion on August 4, 2020
Recesses is Ghaddar's first solo show in the UAE, and the culmination of her participation in the Tashkeel Critical Practice Program 2018/2019 (CPP).
The Visit is the culmination of Ghaddar’s deep reflections on the very notion of liminality and how it manifests itself in space and on surfaces—paper, canvas, fabric, fresco.
A painted backdrop created exclusively for the photoshoot of Krikor Jabotian's Chapter VII.
Public Art Work, commissioned by Art Dubai in 2017, in collaboration with Tashkeel and DCAA (Dubai Culture and Arts Authority) and curated by Amanda Abi Khalil.
A site specific fresco mural conceived and executed by the artist in conversation with AHO and Zuleika Penniman's design project "STRATA".
Exhibited in Journeys through our Heritage, a collective exhibition curated by Janine Maamari and Marie Tombe at Beirut Exhibition Center.
A project exploring an image-transfer process: from photography to fresco and vice versa.
Commissioned by architects, interior designers and property owners.
Large-scale bespoke painted wood panels.
A painted backdrop created exclusively for the photoshoot of Krikor Jabotian's Chapter I.
A bespoke wall intervention in two of the suites of a boutique hotel in downtown Beirut.
Works on paper. Scratching and drawing with graphite, ballpoint pen, gold pigment and coffee.
Mixed medias on paper and wood. Fabric, lime and sand, graphite and glue. Variable dimensions.
In collaboration with Gatserelia Design, Beirut Art Residency and Standalone Group.
Courtesy of Giuseppe Penone
Spectrum was executed on site in 9 days and destroyed 3 months after with the end of Exposure 2012.
This series is an attempt to capture the chemical substance of a space through photography.
A reflexion on construction and destruction sites in Beirut.