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Book: 100 Annes de Timbres ... by Abdo Ayoub
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100 annes de timbres. Une Collection dhistoires du Liban 1919-2019 (A hundred years of Lebanese stamps, a collection of stories) par Abdo Ayoub. En collaboration avec Tania Arwachan.

Le timbre, petit bout de papier dune grande importance aux yeux des philatlistes, voit le jour en Angleterre en 1840.

Solution postale et fiscale rvolutionnaire, il est adopt progressivement par le reste du monde. Ce livre prsente tousles timbres mis au Liban depuis 1919.

Regroups par sries dmission, les timbres ont t reproduits lchelle 1/1, et sont accompagns pour chaque anne danecdotes philatliques, historiques ou littraires.

23x30cm, 268 pages, French.

Publishing Date: December 2018
Weight: 1.5 Kgs.
Book: Abandoned Dwellings: A History of Beirut
Brand: Kaph
Over the past 150 years, Beirut has witnessed a cycle of unbridled growth, war, economic and social crises and migratory movements.

It is in this territory ceaselessly destroyed and
rebuilt, broken and regenerated, that Gregory Buchakjian has undertaken an artistic project and a research devoted to abandoned dwellings.

Disclosing the survey of 744 buildings, the collection of archives and testimonies, a PhD thesis and the creation of photographic tableaux with the subjects surrounded by sagging furniture and mounds of rubbish, the process that constitutes the present book proposes new perspectives towards the city as well as instruments to reclaim it at times it is confronted with various forms of violence.

Format: 24 cm x 28 cm, 240 pages, 215 photographs and reproductions (colored and black & white), English

Published: November 2018

(Also available in French)
Weight: 1.5 Kgs.
Book: Alive: Gibran Khalil Gibran, by Joumana Bou Fakhreddine
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'Alive' is the first art encyclopedia of Gibran Khalil Gibran presented luxuriously in two volumes in a box, with large format.

It is a beautiful illustrated book for Gibran Khalil Gibran, covering things for the first time after tremendous dedication for knowing and documenting the truth.

The 18 chapters of the book project Gibran Khalil Gibrans prophecy in every stage of his life and how Gibran was a superior poet, a dreamer of beauty and a great Painter.

The book is a brilliant journey that contains precious manuscripts, documentation, paintings, and photographs with full of Gibrans narration within foretelling Gibrans life visions, upon them this beauty of wisdom and value of practical vision for optimism that now we call it positive energy.

28 cm x 28 cm, 1200 pages, English. Publication Date: 2017.
Weight: 7 Kgs.
Book: Beirut by Day, by Tania Hadjithomas Mehanna
Brand: Tamyras
This book is not a history book. It is a walk through the geographical space that is my universe. A cry of love, a cry for help; sometimes I do not recognize my city. And sometimes at the corner of a street, in someones face, I stumble on it, Beirut, so generous and unique. Sweet and bitter Beirut.

Many of us entertain a love-hate relationship with this city. I love you, I hate you, I'm leaving, Im coming back. There are so many things to be said about Beirut. But Im tired of myths and clichs, tired of nodding agreeably when spoken to of the Phoenix, of the city that is reborn from its ashes. I want my city to be saved. I no longer wish for it to die and be reborn. Im tired of labels.

Living in Beirut isnt enough. You have to live Beirut, to walk its streets, travel its highways, speak to its inhabitants, remember its history, hold on to what is left of it in your arms and shed light on its monuments, bring out its soul.

In Arabic, the word for neighborhood is Hay, and Hay means alive. The neighborhoods of Beirut are indeed alive. Each is distinct, with its different moods, troubles and joys, with Others just a few paces away. These Others that hold a piece of us.

Traveling through my citys 51 neighborhoods has left a strong mark on my Beiruti identity. I belong to no other city. Beirut isnt an idea. It is not impossible. Beirut is a challenge. It exists. It wakes up every morning and hurries through the day.

Its too often talked about in the past, with a tremor in the voice of those who are hanging on to bygone sterile times. Its also spoken of in the future, with uncertainty. But in this book Beirut is spoken of in the present, a cry of love; all that I have to offer.

Bilingual: English, French.
Weight: 2.2 Kgs.
Book: Chateau Musar The Story of a Wine Icon
New Release
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Chateau Musars story is one of war, hardship and utter determination in the face of chaos and destruction. Serge Hochar, the heroic Lebanese winemaker who stood by his wines through the 15 years of civil war (19751990) dodging shells and road-blocks to get his precious grapes to safety, knew that his wines were among the brightest stars in the world wine firmament. Today we look at the uniquely complex (and often miraculous) wines he created and begin to understand how and why Serge worked in the way he did. Only now, in a new era of Natural Wines do we fully appreciate what he was trying to achieve

Our new book celebrates Chateau Musar its history, its terroir, the philosophy of its winemaker, and the legacy that the Hochar family (Ronald, Gaston, Marc and Ralph) continue today alongside its remarkable catalogue of vintages and stunning new releases from the winery in 2020.

Musar has attracted a loyal fan base around the world since Michael Broadbent first discovered the wine in 1979. Today, vintage collectors, food lovers, A-list sommeliers and the many of us who look for a wine with something distinctively different to say, are drawn to its unique character and fashionably hands-off approach to viticulture and winemaking. Our new title charts Musars journey from Lebanese rising star to global taste sensation.
Weight: 1 Kg.
Book: Cinema in Lebanon, Liban, by Raphael Millet
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$85  $80
Cinema in Lebanon, Le cinma au Liban.

11 Conversations with Mario Haddad, Georges Nasser, Mounir Maasri, Jocelyne Saab, Jean-Claude Codsi, Ghassan Salhab, Mohamed Soueid, Ziad Doueiri, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Nadine Labaki, Georges Schoucair.

Cinema in Lebanon recounts a tumultuous history starting in 1897, the year Alexandre Promio creates the first movie ever filmed in Lebanon for the Lumire Brothers, up until 2015.

This bilingual work offers an in-depth exploration of the subject supported by a large iconographic selection, eleven exclusive conversations with key figures of the film industry - directors, producers, actors, cinema operators - and an extensive filmography.

With this book, Raphal Millet rewrites the history of cinema in Lebanon in the broader context of film history.

Chronologically, the author introduces us to the very beginning of cinema, the Golden Age, the war and post-war periods, highlighting the determination and ingenuity of this industry that knew how to resist, survive, and self renew.

Speaking to a large readership, from the general public to the experts, Cinema in Lebanon offers detailed analyses of movies, an essential contextualisation, and access to exclusive visual archives.

It is also a book that gives voice to those who have made - and still make - movies in Lebanon.

25 cm x 25 cm, 464 pages, English and French. Publication Date: December 2017.
Weight: 2 Kgs.
Book: Lebanon & On, by Tania Hadjithomas Mehanna
Brand: Tamyras
On a daily basis, Lebanon recognizes itself in the perpetuation of the inherited gestures of our collective culture.

From zajal to saj bread, the dabke to blown glass, barmet el arouss to the service taxi, the sherwal to kishk, Lebanese traditions, whether religious, culinary, related to craft, family or society, accompany the Lebanese here and elsewhere on and on.

This book traces the roots and explores the growth of some of these customs that live on and on.

22 x 28 cm, 224 pages. Bilingual: English, French.
Weight: 1.5 Kgs.
Book: Pure Nostalgia, by Imad Kozem
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$99  $95
2nd Edition.

The ultimate illustrated geographical tour of the Lebanese capital starts with Beirut International airport and propels you back into the Sixties and the Seventies of the twentieth century, the golden era of Beirut, with over 3000 awe inspiring pictures.

It is an escape down memory lane into those glorious years; an exploration of the daily lives of the crme de la crme and their continuous quest for luxury, entertainment and distinction, written within a spirit of pure nostalgia.

33 x 24 x 3 cm, 300 pages.

Weight: 2.75 Kgs.