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Algerian Artists Write the Video Body
Developing the ethical issues that are inherent to the creation of spaces and to attracting audiences for video art’s integration in Algeria.
By Amina Zoubir
October 2014

Rachida Azdaou



Street Art in Yemen
Artistic practices in the public space of Yemen to articulate criticism, resistance and collective claims.
By Anahi Alviso-Marino
July 2013

Jameel and Murad Subay


14 - 26 May 2013

Home Works Forum 6
Review and photos of the multidisciplinary Forum on Cultural Practices in Beirut, which vastly expanded its reach this year.
By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
June 2013

Artheum / © Photo: Haupt & Binder


25 February - 25 March 2013
Saudi Arabia

Mostly Visible
About the exhibition in Jeddah, initiated and self-organized by artists from Saudi Arabia, in collaboration with Athr Gallery.
By Ashraf Fayadh
April 2013

Mostly visible



The Aftermath
Essay: The Aftermath of the Image-Production Revolution in Post-Revolution Iran.
By Bavand Behpoor
October 2012

Mohammad Hossein Zarqam



Curating in Times of Need
Political and cultural changes in Jordan. Interview with Toleen Touq, participant of the Berlin Biennale's Young Curators Workshop.
By Paz Guevara
September 2012

Amman Complaints Choir



Call for Help from Tunisian Artists
Online-Petition: Call for solidarity and support against attacks and death threats by fundamentalists.
June 2012



/A.R.I.A/ - Artist Residency in Algiers
Interview with Zineb Sedira about her new international residency program. First guest artist: Nicene Kossentini.
By Yasmina Reggad
June 2012




Lost Pathos - Pathos of Loss
About Artist and/in Community, including a residency program in small towns in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
By Georgy Mamedov
February 2012

Jamshed Kholikov



Tunisia: Dynamic & Vigilant
One year after the Revolution, the Tunisian visual art scene is experiencing a mutation in which action and vigilance predominate.
By Rachida Triki
February 2012

SMAP sit-in in front of the Tunisian Constitutional Council



Breath of Freedom
Critical art from Tunisia, created before and after the revolution. Virtual group exhibition.
By Mohamed Ben Soltane
September 2011

Mohamed Ben Slama



Snapshots from Tehran
It’s All About Change. Tehran’s contemporary art scene - notes from a gallery and studio tour.
By Ingo Arend
February 2011

Shapour Pouyan



Tunisia's Cultural Revolution
Appeal of the Tunisian Association of Aesthetics and Poetics for a cultural revolutionary process.
January 2011

Association Tunisienne d’Esthétique et de Poïétique (ATEP)



Tunisia's Art Scene
Interview with curator and philosopher Rachida Triki on the current developments in Tunisia.
By Pat Binder & Gerhard Haupt
June 2010

Farah Khelil


18 February - 27 June 2010

Contemporary Miniature
Display of skill or conceptual strategy? A critical evaluation with examples from Beyond the Page.
By Hammad Nasar
May 2010

Imran Qureshi




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