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Rokni Haerizadeh

A Perfect Storm

Nur Shkembi talks to curator Sara Raza about an ongoing exhibition of contemporary Middle Eastern and North African art at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City

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Palestinian Museum

At the Seams

Alexandra Talty visits the inaugural exhibition of the newly founded Palestinian Museum to investigate the sociopolitical history and richness of the traditional Palestinian art of embroidery

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Parsis

Threads of Continuity

Kriti Bajaj remembers a recent trio of New Delhi-based exhibitions involving India, Iran, and the UK, which provided a novel and comprehensive overview of Zoroastrian culture, art, and identity

Ali Taptik

Istanbul – Passion, Joy, Fury

Charlie Clarkson looks back on a major group exhibition of artists at the MAXXI in Rome, which addressed a slew of issues concerning present-day Istanbul and Turkey as a whole

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Canan

Fables for Adults

Miniature paintings, big trouble, not a damn given – Joseph Flaherty travels to Istanbul to visit the studio of the artist formerly known as Canan ┼×enol

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