All posts tagged “beirut

Hello Psychaleppo

Syriously Surreal

‘When you limit yourself, you are actually more free’ – a chat with Beirut-based Syrian artist and musician Samer Saem Eldahr – a.k.a. Hello Psychaleppo! – about his latest album, HA!

Khalil Joreige & Joana Hadjithomas

Rumour Has It

Joobin Bekhrad talks to Lebanese artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige about their work and their latest exhibition, I Must First Apologise …, currently on display at France’s Villa Arson

Filed under: Art
Voices of Marrakech

Voices of Marrakech

After sojourns in Alexandria and Beirut, German audiophiles Julia Tieke and Berit Schuck turned their ears towards the historic Medina of Marrakech

Radwan Ghazi Moumneh

Jerusalem In My Heart

Natalie Shooter talks to Lebanese-Canadian musician Radwan Ghazi Moumneh about the Jerusalem in My Heart project and his band’s latest album

Eliane Raheb - Sleepless Nights

Sleepless Nights

‘Your conscience is buried while mine is still alive … What shall I do today, Mr. Assaad Shaftari? I don’t want a statue, I want nothing, just a bone from my son …’

Nadim Karam

Shooting the Cloud

‘Karam’s figures are sublime, mentally, ideologically, and physically transcending the socio-historical pressures of Lebanon’

Filed under: Art
Rania Matar

Ordinary Lives

‘… This is what the people of Lebanon do. They keep going, rebuilding and restarting, no matter what keeps coming’

Filed under: Art