Rabih Alameddine

painter and writer

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Lebanese-American painter and writer Rabih Alameddine is a 2002 Guggenheim Fellow. He lives in San Francisco and Beirut.

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Rabih Alameddine's The Angel of History takes place as much in the protagonist's head as it does in a psych ward where he checks himself in for a bit of rest while he battles the…

Rabih Alameddine: The Angel of History

Rabih Alameddine's The Angel of History takes place as much in the protagonist's head as it does in a psych ward where he checks himself in for a bit of rest while he battles the…

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