The Egyptian Surrealist group and their relationship with their international counterparts. 28 Sept. - 28 Nov. 2016, Palace of Arts, Cairo. Curated by Hoor Al Qasimi, Salah M. Hassan, Ehab Ellaban, Nagla Samir.
By Lucrezia Cippitelli
In the aftermath of the Nuclear Deal, the desire for self-determination of Iran's art scene could be overshadowed, again, by the renewed expectations of a Western culture industry hungry for easy definable identity-based movements.
By Michel Dewilde
Narratives and Ghosts from the International Art Exhibition for Palestine, 1978. Curators: Kristine Khouri and Rasha Salti. 19 March - 9 May 2016 at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.Feb 2016
A new Generation of Beirut Artists. Review of the show on view at The Mosaic Rooms, London, until 22 August 2015, curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath.
By Eline van der Vlist
Collaborating across divides. About the group of artists, based in Karachi, Pakistan, creating collaborative works of art in everyday urban spaces.
By Simone Wille
Developing the ethical issues that are inherent to the creation of spaces and to attracting audiences for video art’s integration in Algeria.
By Amina Zoubir
Artistic practices in the public space of Yemen to articulate criticism, resistance and collective claims.
By Anahi Alviso-Marino
Review and photos of the multidisciplinary Forum on Cultural Practices in Beirut, which vastly expanded its reach this year.
By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
About the exhibition in Jeddah, initiated and self-organized by artists from Saudi Arabia, in collaboration with Athr Gallery.
By Ashraf Fayadh
Essay: The Aftermath of the Image-Production Revolution in Post-Revolution Iran.
By Bavand Behpoor