São Paulo – Starting on May 3, Brazilians may see paintings, manuscripts, letters, documents, original notebooks and even personal objects of Lebanese philosopher, poet, painter and enthusiast Gibran Khalil Gibran. An exhibition at the Latin American Memorial should show the items, brought straight from Gibran Museum, in Bicharré, Lebanon. According to Lody Brais, the president of the Brasil-Lebanon Cultural Association, which organises the fair, this is the first time the material will be shown in Latin America. The Brazil-Lebanon Cultural Association is promoting the exhibition alongside Gibran National Committee and Gibran Museum. The organisation’s objective is to rescue Lebanese culture in the country and tends to work on themes that unite Brazil and Lebanon.