Contemporary Visual Culture in
North Africa and the Middle East
010: Where to Now? Shifting Regional Dynamics and Cultural Production in North Africa and the Middle East
009: What are the genealogies of performance art in North Africa and the Middle East?
008: How do we productively map the historical and contemporary relationships that exist between North Africa, the Middle East and the Global South?
007: What is the future of arts infrastructures and audiences across North Africa and the Middle East?
006: What role can the archive play in developing and sustaining a critical and culturally located art history?
005: How has a globalised cultural economy affected the production of contemporary visual culture in North Africa and the Middle East?
004: With the benefit of hindsight, what role does new media play in artistic practices, activism, and as an agent for social change in the Middle East and North Africa today?
003: Can Artistic Practices Negotiate the Demands of Cultural Institutions, Public Space, and Civil Society?
002: What relationship does visual culture have to the world we live in?
001: What do we need to know about the MENA region today?
Looking for the Dhab
The Arab Nude
The Artist as Awakener at AUB
Archiving a Revolution in the Digital Age, Archiving as an Act of Resistance
Fahrelnissa Zeid in the Mega-Museum
Mega-museums and modern artists from the Middle East
The Turn المنعرج
Socially Engaged Art Practices in Tunisia
Christine Bruckbauer, Patricia K. Triki
Towards a Spatial Imaginary
Walking Cabbages and Watermelons
Heba Y. Amin
Effective on the Ground and Invisible to the Global Art Market
Participatory Art in the Middle East
Ibraaz 5th Anniversary
Fadi Bardawil in conversation with Zeynep Oz
Two Exhibitions on the Armenian Legacy in Anatolia
Return to the Former Middle East
Ibraaz 5th Year Anniversary Editorial
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Banner image: Ahmet Ogut,
Stones to Throw,
2011, mail and public art project, painted stones, air way bills, installation view from the streets of Diyarbakır. Courtesy of the artist.