by Bergen Hendrickson,
"Al-Ghoussein’s most recent body of work documenting the derelict Al-Sawaber complex suggests a more subdued, tender continuation of his continued exploration of the space and poetry of a relation to ‘home’ that remains elusive."
by Amr Alngmah,
"In this installation, Alngmah looks to the spiritual influence of the Kaaba in Mecca, where over a billion of Muslims turn towards to pray multiple times throughout the day."
by Shehana Udat,
"All Islamic geometric patterns derive from the same origin—a simple circle; the essence of all geometric forms symbolizing unity and being the ultimate source of diversity in creation."
by Hawazin Alotaibi,
"A space that is occupied with thoughts and daydreams of imaginations, personal dialogues, replays of the past and such, and how they are relevant to our external reality and their transition into our world."
by Tracy Chahwan,
A reversal of roles.
by Maryam Jamal,
"This series celebrates hair and the variety of creative techniques applied to its texture."
by Hajer AKA Eclectic Yemeni
"The past is cruel; the future is pivotal. But for me, my struggles are the inception and conclusion of my existence. They are growth..."
by Sara Khan,
"I study the repulsive and beautiful found in ordinary spaces and situations, and question the normalcy of the seemingly mundane matters in life."
by Azmi Haroun,
Khabar Keslan presents six interviews with the curators and artists of the NYC-based exhibition Before We Were Banned alongside this review.
by Dina Albogammi,
"I am a middle child. I am a sister, my siblings best friend, and their secret keeper. I have a different relationship with each one of them, and the paintings represent who they are."
by Wafaa Abu Saadah,
"Bn3eed Nafsana recalls the old, unlearned lessons from history to emphasize the necessity of, first, pausing and recognizing those lessons and, second, to change our approach in order to get new outcomes."
As part of London Arts Canteen’s Arab Women Artists Now (AWAN) Festival 2018, Perpetual Movement is an exhibition of female MENA artists opening 1st of March.
Shoulder is a benefit art show at 103 E. 17th st, opening February 24th from 8pm to 11pm. Public viewing hours will be on February 25th from 7am to 7pm.
by Ali D.N.
The next exhibition you visit might just be the railroad switch that takes your life to the better lane.
by Ammar K. Alqamash,
The more I try to find myself, the more I get lost in my memories
by Iman Abbaro,
We may lose ourselves along the journey only to find ourselves with a stronger sense of our heritage and a new identity formed within our new home
by Aziza Afzal & Eden Chinn
May safe passage be granted to all the parts of our wholes
by Entisar Mohannayeh
Acknowledge your dark side
by Adnan Samman,
Lebanon's beauty lies in its layers of contradiction
by Mahya Soltani محیا سلطاني,
You don't literally step on my eyes...
by Marsya Abdulghani,
What is this feeling?
by Ahmed Alrefaie,
Bringing modern and traditional culture together
by Sarah Ahmed (@glitchedplant)
Right now, an alien invasion wouldn't be the worst thing to happen...
with Mohammad Zaza,
All the elements of creation, both natural and technological, are already expressed in the universe
by Lizzy Vartanian Collier,
Steeped in themes of loss, Syrian art continues to grow
by Omar Alhashani & Amir H. Fallah,
In this interview, Amir Fallah discusses his research process, immigration, and small possessions.
by Hamza Bilbeisi,
"You escaped a war but I just, escaped an air-conditioned home..."
by Sofia Elian
"Boobies... That's all."