Curator: Hammad Nasar; Artists: N. Alghanem, S. Al Haddad, V. Divecha, L. Xie, M. Yousif. Special Feature and photo tour.
New works by the Pakistani-born artist, Zilberman Gallery Berlin, 28 April - 31 July 2017. Introduction by Lotte Laub.
Nafas was developed by Universes in Universe - Worlds of Art (UiU) commissioned by the German Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), and published since March 2003. It is one of the very first online magazines dedicated to contemporary art from the Maghreb to the Middle East, from Central to Southeast Asia. Until 2016, Nafas reached more than 2 million different readers.
After the ifa terminated the funding at the of 2016, Nafas is being continued by UiU in the frame of its own possibilities.
An Astronomical Determination of the Distance Between Two Cities. Zilberman Gallery Istanbul , 7 January - 18 February 2017
The artist about her work exploring photography, sculpture, language and identity. Part of Languitecture at P21, London.
After Pompidou and Tate, Mona Hatoum's survey show is on view at Kiasma, Helsinki, until 26 Feb. 2017. Interview by Christine van Assche.
The Egyptian Surrealists (1938-1965), and their relationship with their international counterparts. Until 28 Nov. 2016, Palace of Arts, Cairo. Review by Lucrezia Cippitelli.
Contrast Syria. Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin, 29 July - 30 October 2016. Pictures by the Syrian photographer showing the life in his home country before the war.
The ground-breaking international festival of performing arts was held annually from 1967-77. Vali Mahlouji / Archaeology of the Final Decade curate the exhibition at Bergen Assembly 2016.
Zad Moultaka will represent Lebanon at the 57th Venice Biennale 2017. Curator: Emmanuel Daydé.
Tamara Chalabi and Paolo Colombo are te curators of the Pavilion of Iraq at the 57th Venice Biennale.
On 18 September 2016 passed away Hassan Sharif, an extraordinary artist and pioneer of conceptual art in the Gulf Region, a theorist, writer, educator.
About the Franco-Moroccan photographer who died in the 2016 Ouagadougou terrorist attack, and the new foundation in her honor. By Hannah Kugel.
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.
The show at SALT, Istanbul, traced the origins of Turkey's current context via artworks, and elements of popular culture and social movements since the coup d'état in 1980. Photos of the exhibition and review. By Bora Gürdaş .
The exhibition responded to political and social outcomes of past and present events, as well as their connection with literature, music, and film. Darat al Funun, Amman, 2016.
Repositioning the Sursock Museum in Beirut's current challenging context after 8 years of closure. Interview with director Zeina Arida. By Laurence Cornet.