By N.A. Mansour
APRIL 2021 | Art Books
Easily the best introduction to the history of modern Arab visual culture on the market today, this new book lacks the jargon of exhibition catalogues, leans heavily on visual sources, and dismisses some previously held assumptions about Arab art.
By Malala Andrialavidrazana
SEPT 2021 | Critics Page
The relationship to time escapes me regularly, and vice versa, due to a chronic desynchronizationan incompatibility of cruising speeds, eventhat I experience in my ordinary quotidian life and in my artistic practice. Moreover, the gap between the measurement and the evaluation of time varies significantly according to cultures, eras, and perspectives, and is also reflected in elements of language and in current prejudices that consist, in particular, of praising the strong allure of the great powers as opposed to celebrating slowness.