Artist & Artwork

Karimeh Abbud

Darat al Funun presents the first comprehensive exhibition of photos by the first Palestinian, first Arab woman photographer, 9 May 2017 - 11 January 2018.

Sep 2017

Vikram Divecha: Beej

Interview about his long-term intervention at a roundabout in Sharjah in collaboration with gardeners from Pakistan.

By Pat Binder & Gerhard Haupt

Sep 2017

Ammar Khammash

Litho-acoustic project using desert flints to unearth a hidden order and undiscovered musical scales in the landscape of Jordan and Palestine.

Aug 2017

Ahmed Kamel

The Berlin-based artist from Cairo uses a variety of media to dissect the conscious and unconscious choices that have come to define human experiences.

By Hannah Kugel

Jan 2017

Heba Y. Amin

Heba Y. Amin

An Astronomical Determination of the Distance Between Two Cities. Zilberman Gallery Istanbul , 7 January - 18 February 2017

Jan 2017

Marwan - in Memoriam

Marwan - in Memoriam

On 22 October 2016 passed away the great artist Marwan Kassab-Bachi, a Syrian 'through and through' even though living in Berlin since the late 1950s.

Oct 2016

Akram Zaatari

Tomorrow Everything Will Be Alright. First solo show of the Lebanese artist in Brazil, Galpão VB, São Paulo, until 3 December 2016. Organized by Associação Cultural Videobrasil.

Oct 2016

Nadine Hattom

The artist about her work exploring photography, sculpture, language and identity. Her photo project Shadows and group exhibition Languitecture at the P21 Gallery, London, until 30 October 2016.

Oct 2016

Hassan Sharif

Hassan Sharif - in Memoriam

On 18 September 2016 passed away Hassan Sharif, an extraordinary artist and pioneer of conceptual art in the Gulf Region, a theorist, writer, educator.

By Pat Binder & Gerhard Haupt

Sep 2016

Halil Altındere: Space Refugee

Halil Altındere: Space Refugee

15 September - 6 November 2016, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Curator: Kathrin Becker. New project: Cosmic space as a haven for refugees.

Sep 2016

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