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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
Regional artists largely fit the post-utopia feel at this year’s Venice Biennale
Dan Jakubowski | Moataz Nasr’s safe political allegorizing disappoints in the official Egyptian Pavilion
Hassan Khan’s new novella: The Twelve Clues of creation?
Amany Ali Shawky | At times it’s hard to know what’s going on in this sci-fi novella, but that’s part of the fun.
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Blind Ambition
Andeel | The truth is that I met the film with an open mind and no sinister intentions.
On Hassan Khan’s ‘Alexandria marathon,’ translation and control
Nour El Safoury | I’d like to defend inaccessibility and the virtues of getting lost, writes Nour El Safoury.
Stagnancy, slowness and voyeurism
Ismail Fayed and Lara El Gibaly | Lost in a world of objects belonging to adults, things that are ornamental and precious and off-limits
Doing nothing
Sarah Rifky | #WAYDO marks an interesting moment of collaboration between two types of institution and it stages a
People with vision: On jewelry maker and artist Zeinab Khalifa
Amany Ali Shawky and Jenifer Evans | Zeinab Khalifa has been making jewelry for 28 years, and come to learn a lot about the declining craft.
Talking about the quietly fascinating 12th Sharjah Biennial
Jenifer Evans and Mai Elwakil | Mai Elwakil and Jenifer Evans talk about their impressions of the 2015 Sharjah Biennial.
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