Jerusalem Show VIII: Before and After Origins in Palestine


The Jerusalem Show VIII opens at Al-Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art during Palestine’s biennale Qalandiya International.

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FT/Oppenheimer Emerging Voices Award 2016 visual art winner and runner-ups


Art Radar takes a look at the winner of the art category of the 2016 Emerging Voices Awards and speaks to runners-up Noor Abuarafeh and Syowia Kyambi about being shortlisted.

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“But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise”: Guggenheim UBS Map Middle East and North Africa


Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative opens its third phase with its extensive exhibition “But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise”, presenting artists from the Middle East and North Africa.

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A beacon for Palestine’s culture and identity: The Palestinian Museum


Palestine’s recently inaugurated museum is dedicated to supporting and strengthening Palestinian culture and identity, under the direction of British Museum curator Dr Mahmoud Hawari. Launching its programme of exhibitions is a satellite show in Beirut delineating the political history of Palestinian embroidery.

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Negation and nostalgia: Palestinian photographer Rula Halawani – interview


Art Radar talks with Palestinian photographer Rula Halawani, whose debut exhibition with Ayyam Gallery in Dubai “For My Father” takes a journey into the Palestine of her past.

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Time, nationhood, resistance: Larissa Sansour’s latest film “In The Future They Ate From The Finest Porcelain” – interview


Art Radar interviews Bethlehem-born, London-based interdisciplinary artist Larissa Sansour about her new exhibition at Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai, which includes her latest film work, In The Future They Ate From The Finest Porcelain. Her work merges film, installation and photography and mixes past and present, history and myth in a narrative reclaiming Palestinian nationhood.

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