Gaby Maamary
Art historian, art critic, visual artist, conservator of cultural heritage, photographer;
Former instructor in several Lebanese universities;
Lecturer in the field of visual art in several countries and museums;
An expert in the technology of art and pigment extraction for more than 30 years;
Founder of Art Nub Beirut (fine art and photography education);
Founder of Beirut Fine Art Heritage Rescue initiative;

He holds a Master's degree in Interior Architecture, Post-graduate degree in Sacred Arts, and a Certificate in the Restoration of Artworks.  He studied secret techniques of Renaissance paintings and the extraction of pigments at the Conservatoire Okhra under Claude Yvel.
He has held solo and group shows in the fields of Painting, happening, performance, Installation, snow sculpture and video art in Lebanon and abroad.
He is the founder of Art Nub Beirut (fine art and photography education) at the Beirut Fine Art Heritage Rescue initiative (volunteer action for the conservation of damaged artworks by the Beirut Port explosion, August 4, 2020. Founder of Art Nub Lebanon NGO for Fine art, Conservation and Photography (final stage in process). He is also an associated researcher in the framework of the Japanese archeological mission, Nara University, as well as for the conservation of the painted roman tombs in the city of Tyr, Lebanon.
Mr. Mamaary is vice president of the Lebanese House of Photography and collaborator with Beirut Center of Photography BCP.

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