For the latest episode of our podcast series, Art Dubai Director Myrna Ayad spills the beans on what’ll be going down at this year’s edition of the art fair extraordinaire
Moroccan-French artist Bouchra Khalili tackles issues of migration, language, and conflict in her ongoing untitled solo exhibition at London’s Lisson Gallery
Why does Iranian artist Mahmoud Bakhshi panic in cinemas? His new exhibition in London, in which he revisits a defining moment in Iranian history, provides reason enough.
Zoë Hu hangs out with Soukaina Joual in the cafés of Fes to chat with the young Moroccan artist in the flesh about the central place occupied by Morocco – and meat – in her oeuvre
Lizzy Vartanian Collier visits the British Museum to explore a small, yet telling exhibition of works on paper bringing together past and current generations of Iranian artists
Joobin Bekhrad catches up with award-winning multidisciplinary artist Anahita Razmi to resume a conversation about Iranian underwear that began over Persian food and tacky cocktails
‘We were the only Afghans in Sedona’ – photographer Negine Jasmine looks back on growing up Afghan in Arizona and coming to terms with her culture and heritage
Curator and writer Rachel Dedman looks at issues of migration, displacement, and memory in her reflection on Palestine’s recent Qalandiya International biennial
Who on earth would want to kill the utterly cool British-Iranian artist Sarah Maple? She doesn’t know, either. Joobin Bekhrad talks to her about her art, flying bricks, and her new book.
For the sixth episode of our podcast series, Joobin Bekhrad talks to US-based Iranian fashion designer Hushidar Mortezaie, better known to the likes of Madonna, Beyoncé, and Brad Pitt as ‘Hushi’