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ALEPH

This sculpture is for Aleph, the first letter of the Phoenician alphabet, actually of all alphabets. It was my participation in Beirut Art Week (September 13-20 2016), and the post was perfectly located in the midst of Solidaire Souks area, facing Librarie Antoine in downtown Beirut.

aleph_iconIt is the first in the set of 22 such interpretations, that i have been developing for more than a year for a sculptural typographic park, dedicated to the Phoenician Alphabet, considered by most scholars as the mother modern alphabets, both Latin on the one hand. Arabic, Hebrew and Aramaic on the other.

 

 

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