All posts tagged “exhibition

Alireza Astaneh

Persian Letters

Kevin Schwartz looks at the allure of Persian nasta’liq calligraphy in the ateliers and courts of the Persianate world, as well as to a new generation of Iranian artists

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Here and Elsewhere

Here and Elsewhere

Sarah Hassan’s reflections on a ‘long-overdue’ exhibition of contemporary art from the Arab world on display at New York City’s New Museum

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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

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Asad Faulwell

Bed of Broken Mirrors

A chat with Iranian-American artist Asad Faulwell about his Les Femmes d’Alger series and the role played by women in the Algerian War of Independence

Jumana Emil Abboud

Points of Departure

‘Palestine … is a possibility, a potentiality constantly on the threshold of physical reality’ – Rima Chahrour on the ‘Points of Departure’ exhibition at the ICA

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Parviz Tanavoli

Peace Out

Peace, love, and baklava – Sarah Zakzouk on the recent ‘Peace, from the Bottom of My Art’ exhibition of contemporary Iranian artists in London

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Hani Zurob

Resilience and Light

‘Zurob’s works explore the way in which exile renders certain modes of travel irrelevant and eliminates the possibility of certain shared spaces’

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Parviz Tanavoli

Journey to the East

A conversation with renowned Iranian artist Parviz Tanavoli about Safar, a major upcoming exhibition of contemporary Middle Eastern art in Canada

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