Beirut Caoutchouc 2004–2008 is a large floor-based map of the city of Beirut. The heavy-duty rubber, which translates in French as ‘caoutchouc’ is embossed with roads and highways, with each of the sixty segments demarcating a separate neighbourhood in the city.
Marwan Rechmaoui 'I was always interested in Urban Phenomenon'
We visit Marwan Rechmaoui in Beirut to hear how the city has inspired his work
The Lebanese artist introduces his work in film and photography
The story behind the artwork that carperted Tate Modern with millions of handmade sunflower seeds
Our team go to Beirut to help preserve paintings damaged by electricity curfews and changing temperatures
'A clutter-filled studio is a route to creativity'
Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen moved to Newcastle in 1969 and has stayed there ever since photographing the city and its people
The artist talks about his approach to filmmaking