All posts tagged “syrian

Diana Al Hadid

Phantom Limb

Shahira Kudsi examines Phantom Limb, Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid’s first solo exhibition in the Middle East, currently on view at New York University Abu Dhabi

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Fateh Moudarres

Finding Fateh

‘He didn’t want to work until the end of his life; he wanted to work until the end of life itself’ – searching for the soul of Syria’s late, great Fateh Moudarres

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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!

Little Syria

Syrian Blues

Ian Nagoski delves into the musical history of New York City’s Middle Eastern community in the early 20th century and the story of one of its all-but-forgotten virtuosos

Ali Ferzat

Without Words

Ashitha Nagesh talks to renowned Syrian cartoonist Ali Ferzat about his work, the power of caricatures, and the Syrian revolution

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