The Lebanese artist’s first US retrospective reveals a haunting mythology of lands in ruins and new beginnings.
Babylon (1980) portrays Jamaican musical collectives, called sound systems, as movements of decolonization and resistance.
Hala Alyan’s new book of poetry, The Twenty-Ninth Year, explores a shattered woman’s psyche.
Author Kaelen Wilson-Goldie reveals the radical power of abstract painter Etel Adnan’s life and work in a new book.
The second edition of Desert X is a manifesto for poetical activism, tangled between nature and urban development.
The painting’s voyage, from the record-breaking Christie’s auction to the mysterious postponing of its unveiling, reflects deep regional ideological and geopolitical rifts — but the debate has hardly played out in the Arabic-language media.
The rightwing politician launches his mandate with a focus on popular culture and public broadcast corporations, but French culture leaders and diplomats worry his appointment was an empty political move by Macron.
The decision signals a shift in sponsorship patterns for cultural institutions.
Anonymous Syrian Artist SAINT HOAX’s Instagram performance launches in the wake of his MonuMental exhibition opening.
Opening Saturday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, ANA features a selection of movies reflecting the political and social realities of the Arab world, from Palestine to Tunisia.
20 former members of his Troubleyn troupe penned a letter accusing him of sexual harassment and misconduct, and the Flanders culture ministry has stepped in to investigate.