MACAM Modern and Contemporary Art Museum aims at safeguarding installations and sculptures made in Lebanon and make them accessible indefinitely to the present and future generations, documenting and promoting Lebanese installation and sculpture artists as well as installation art by foreign artists that has been displayed in Lebanon.
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www.macamlebanon.org

Beirut Art Book Fair "Books and Art from around the World". RectoVerso Museum organizes the yearly book fair where publishers, galleries, museums, art academies, artists and photographers are exhibiting their books and art works.
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www.beirutartbookfair.com

Fine Arts Publishing under the direction of the art critic Cesar Nammour and Gabriela Schaub is the only publishing house in Lebanon specialized in publishing art books. Its motto is "Building museums on shelves" and encouraging everybody to "build your own museum".
Cesar Nammour, art historian and publisher, has followed the plastic arts in Lebanon closely since 1959. He received his BBA at the American University of Beirut in 1961 and his MBA in 1964 at the American University in Washington, DC. For five years he was associated with the Contact Art Gallery in Beirut, which he cofounded in 1972. He cofounded Gallery Les Cimaises in Zouk-Mosbeh in 1987, and Art et Culture in Zouk-Mosbeh in 1993. A frequent lecturer on Lebanese sculpture and painting, he has published more than one hundred articles in Lebanese newspapers and twenty books on art. He cofounded the Contemporary Art Society in 1997 and the Lebanese Association of Art Critics in 1998. In his hometown, Rabieh, he organized many cultural activities in the town club when he headed the town’s administration for more than twelve years. He has also taught art appreciation and the history of art in many institutions in Lebanon. He co-founded with Gabriela Schaub RectoVerso Library in 2009, Festival of Libanese Art Book in 2010, which became BeirutArt Book Fair in 2011, Monot Street Book Market in 2011. A non-profit society was founded with the aim to establish MACAM a Contemporary and Modern Art Museum in Alita.
Gabriela S. Schaub was born in Gengenbach, a picturesque town in the Black Forest, in southern Germany. Her interest in languages and her love for travel tempted her to join the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her posts abroad led her from East Africa to Switzerland, France, Greece, Italy, Austria, and finally to Lebanon in 2003. In Beirut, where she felt immediately at home, she resigned in 2010 and joined Cesar Nammour in publishing books on Lebanese art, working in editing and photography. She co-founded with Cesar Nammour RectoVerso Library in 2009, Festival of Libanese Art Book in 2010, which became BeirutArt Book Fair in 2011, Monot Street Book Market in 2011. A non-profit society was founded with the aim to establish MACAM a Contemporary and Modern Art Museum in Alita. She published in 2012 her book 'Cedrus Libani' in German and its translation in English.