Dan Jakubowski
Dan Jakubowski is an independent scholar who writes about contemporary visual culture in Africa and the Middle East. He lived in Cairo for three years, where he researched his dissertation exploring Egyptian video art and its reception in a globalized read more
Wael Shawky’s sculptural works bring the bizarre, violent world of his films into the present
Dan Jakubowski | On 3 recent solo exhibitions of Wael Shawky’s work in Germany, Denmark and Italy
A conflict of urban imaginaries: Ahmed Mater explores a brutally changing city in Mecca Journeys
Dan Jakubowski | Mecca Journeys captures the the marked dichotomies of Mecca’s recent explosive growth
Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz’s diversionary model of history fits our catastrophic moment
Dan Jakubowski | Strange marginal curiosities can help us detect a larger truth like the bending light around a black
Moments of turmoil are daily latencies made visible: A conversation with Hassan Khan
Dan Jakubowski | The Egyptian artist's Composition in a Public Park won the Sliver Lion at this year's Venice Biennale
Don’t Shrink Me to the Size of a Bullet: The works of Iraqi artist Hiwa K
Dan Jakubowski | Encountering abominations with gaiety, interrogating the body’s openness dominance by outside forces
Distressed and homeless in Athens, settled but compromised in Kassel: On documenta 14
Dan Jakubowski | Dan Jakubowski navigates institutional ethics and painfully human art
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