D-CAF’s Museum of Contemporary Art: How can imagined art neutralize a city?
Menna Ekram | Can we create art without taking our context into consideration?
Observations on the Cairo International Festival for “Contemporary and Experimental” Theater
Natik Awayez | On the artistic responsibilities of presenting an arts festival, & moving away from modernism
Cairo, coffee, headphones and a conversation with Ismail Hosny
Kamila Metwaly | The first of a series of in-depth interviews with musicians, with embedded music.
Zig Zig: Bridging an unbridgeable distance to rape in 1919?
Naira Antoun | When British soldiers came into villagers’ houses in Nazlat al-Shobak in 1919, according to village
Gardens Speak: An imperfect but strong moment of empathy with Syria’s dead
Pesha Magid | The first thing you notice in Tania El Khoury’s interactive sound installation Gardens Speak is the
Sounds As If modernism is still relevant
Ismail Fayed | Ismail Fayed reviews the 2016 D-CAF visual art component, curated by Aleya Hamza.
The lowdown on D-CAF’s upcoming 5th edition
You’re likely to find more than one event you’d like to attend this year.
Controversial tunes: D-CAF’s music, 100Copies and mahraganat
Maha ElNabawi | This year’s edition left both audiences and artists frustrated over the curation and management of
In photos: Dancers flood Sednaoui
Rowan El Shimi and Amir Makar | The building, in Cairo’s central Attaba district, was nationalized in 1961 but retains its original
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