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Galerie Janine Rubeiz's latest exhibition, Ahmad Kleige's "Labyrinths of the Soul," is a trip through beauty and pain.Kleige's draped figures are represented against monochromatic backgrounds of black and gray.Kleige traces his inspiration all the way back to his childhood attraction to color.The fact that Kleige's passion as an artist originates in the helpless anguish of war makes his work all the more poignant. The kernel of innocence in his subject matter, though, offers some hope of redemption. "Labyrinths of the Soul" is up at Galerie Janine Rubeiz, Raouche, through Aug. 16 .
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