Another Window

2011
Ink on paper
100 x 100 cm
signed
Framed
Re-photography.
Pigmented ink on the fine paper mounted on aluminium.

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    ABOUT Mazen Kerbaj
    Mazen Kerbaj was born in 1975 in Beirut, Lebanon, where he currently resides. In 1999, he graduated from ALBA with a degree in Graphic Art and Advertising. Kerbaj’s work is directly inspired by his daily life, his surroundings, his encounters and his travels. In 2000, he released some of his more personal works entitled “Journal 1999”, a diary...
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