This performance piece traces the 50-year journey of a marble sculpture depicting a bull’s head, using interviews as well as inventory lists, photographs, legal documents and other evidence presented to the New York Supreme Court from investigations that lasted for years. Eventually restituted to Lebanon, the sculpture is now on display at the National Museum in Beirut.
These are Arabic language performance. There are further performances on 3 and 4 February in Arabic and English respectively. All start at 8.30pm.
This is part of the second season of Perform Sharjah, Sharjah Art Foundation’s performance programme that invites you “to encounter new experiences while exploring the heritage houses and art spaces of the city”. Perform Sharjah, which runs from October to February, is curated by Sharjah Art Foundation’s Director of Performance and Senior Curator Tarek Abou El Fetouh.
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