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  • Is This about Culture?

    Leung Chi Wo in conversation with Robin Peckham

  • So I don't really know sometimes if it's because of culture

    Leung Chi Wo

  • A Prologue to the Past and Present State of Things

    Curator's Essay: Aaron Cezar

  • Qalandiya International 2016

    Pattern Recognition: Ramallah

  • Qalandiya International 2016


  • Going Both Ways

    Yuko Hasegawa in conversation with Walter D. Mignolo and Stephanie Bailey

  • The Jerusalem Show

    A View from Afar: Stephanie Bailey

  • Event Horizon

    Eric Baudelaire in conversation with Anthony Downey

  • A Militant Cinema

    Mohanad Yaqubi in conversation with Sheyma Buali

  • Art After Identity Politics

    Nav Haq in conversation with Stephanie Bailey

  • Alternate Geographies

    Sumesh Sharma in conversation with Amanprit Sandhu

  • From Central Asia to the Caucasus

    Leeza Ahmady in conversation with Taus Makhacheva

  • Curating the Revolution: Meeting Points 7

    WHW in conversation with Omar Kholeif

  • FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice


  • FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice

    Programme / Schedule

  • FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice

    Speaker Biographies + Synopses

  • FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice

    Curatorial Narrative

  • FIELD MEETING Take 4: Thinking Practice


  • The Time is Out of Joint

    Tarek Abou El Fetouh in conversation with Stephanie Bailey

  • Syrian Art Comes of Age

    Malu Halasa

  • Ibraaz April Newsletter


  • Time Share

    The 2016 March Meeting

  • Systems of Fragments

    Hajra Waheed in conversation with Stephanie Bailey

  • News

    This month, Ibraaz publishes two new essays, by Doa Aly on the work of Rana ElNemr , and by Sasha Ussef , who examines an ambitious curatorial project to bring contemporary artworks into the Lebanese daily press. In addition, we feature new interviews with Walid Siti , Hajra Waheed ,...

  • Response to Platform 10 by Iftikhar Dadi

    Of course, I do not wish to be misunderstood as arguing for nativism or closure. But the specific history of the region matters deeply, as factual evidence, but even more so in terms of identifying resources that can be transformed and activated in new ways today.

  • The Shadow Economies of Being Seen

    Determining the Axis of the Global South and Middle East

  • Response to Platform 8 by Pio Abad

    The Cultural Centre of the Philippines opened to great political fanfare on 10 September 1969, with a ceremony that was graced by none less than California Governor Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy acting on the orders of President Nixon.

  • The Jerusalem Show VII

    Outside Looking In: Taking a Title and Running With It*

  • Utopian Dust Versus Perfumed Amplification

    Object Lessons from Saadiyat Island and Gehry’s Guggenheim, Abu Dhabi

  • The Ugly One

    Eric Baudelaire

  • Codes of Limbo

    Basak Senova on Zeren Göktan's Counter (2013)

  • Enacting the Archives, Decentring the Muses

    The Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and the Asian Civilizations Museum in Singapore


    Shifting the Geographies of Sensing, Believing and Knowing

  • One City, Two Guides – An Untimely Collaboration

    What if Rani al Rajji and Michel De Certeau met in Beirut?


    A Talk and Screening by Shabbir Hussain Mustafa

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    Initiated by the Kamel Lazaar Foundation in 2011, Ibraaz is the leading critical forum on visual culture in North Africa and the Middle East. We publish an annual online platform – consisting of essays, interviews, artists' projects, and platform responses – that focuses on research questions conceived through a network...

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