All posts tagged “london

Bouchra Khalili

Crosstown Traffic

Moroccan-French artist Bouchra Khalili tackles issues of migration, language, and conflict in her ongoing untitled solo exhibition at London’s Lisson Gallery

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Bahman Jalali

Iranian Voices

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

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Soad Hosny

Memento Mori

A conversation with Alia Al-Senussi and Abdullah Al-Turki, two curators of the ICA’s inaugural ‘Cinema on the Steps’ film festival in London

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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Nadim Karam

Shooting the Cloud

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

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Witness from Baghdad

Witness from Baghdad

‘In this life I was stripped of my humanity, but I have retrieved what is more sublime, more noble, through my dreams’ – Halim Al Karim

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Joana Hadjithomas Khalil Joreige

East Meets West

Tara Aghdashloo’s take on the Middle Eastern art and attractions at this year’s edition of the Frieze Art Fair in London

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