In a Beirut exhibition, artists displaced by the civil war in Yemen broaden our collective understanding of one of the 21st century’s most dire humanitarian crises.
For her project, photographer Alia Ali communicated with textile artists who live in communities whose borders have been marked “by imprints of power and scars of destruction.”
An exhibition at P21 gallery highlights the human consequences of the exploitation of Iraq’s oil reserves, among them, environmental crises, state corruption, and youth unemployment.
Inspired by the curator’s manifesto, artists look at how points where the parasite and the host engage or “interrupt” each other.
In the Jameel Arts Centre’s inaugural exhibit, 17 artists explore how the discovery of oil in the Arab region has both harmed and benefited the people living there.
Izdihar Afyouni investigates the ethical and psychological implications of racial and genetic profiling by subverting the process of accumulating race-differentiated data.
Lilian Nejatpour explores a British-Iranian upbringing, using choreography to question attitudes towards gender and sexuality.