FvF Interview from Beirut, Lebanon: Maria Kassab
“I’m concerned a lot with injustice and oppression. There’s a lack of freedom of speech, freedom of opinion even in the art field. Recently a friend of mine, who is an artist, did a graffiti on a wall in Beirut and had to go on trial. This is what I’m trying to portray.”
The young designer, Maria Kassab incorporates important political messages in her surrealistic art pieces, bringing forth an original view and beauty. To look at the full story, visit our site.
As well, this portrait is a special collaboration with ZEIT Online, which you can view here.
We are very grateful to NJ Stallard and Tanya Traboulsi for having made this interview possible.