TOPIC Mahmoud Khaled
On poignant politics and precarious monuments
Ismail Fayed | A review of Mahmoud Khaled’s new exhibition, A New Commission for an Old State
2 painters on 2 study trips
Hanaa Safwat | Walking through the Antoniades Garden feels like being a guest inside Mahmoud Khaled’s art practice.
Retrospection as an act of regaining a present
Alexandra Stock | On Mahmoud Khaled's tour of Alexandria and its beginnings in a Cyprus Pavilion at Venice.
Situations arise because of the weather
Ilka Eickhof | An account of day one of Postponed Dates on a Disappearing Coast, a happening in Alexandria in the context
Doing nothing
Sarah Rifky | #WAYDO marks an interesting moment of collaboration between two types of institution and it stages a
Gypsum Gallery’s first year: An alternative in the making
Ismail Fayed | With nine shows for its first year, Gypsum Gallery is proving itself to be a different and perhaps alternative
Toward an art that hides nothing behind
Adham Selim | Ganzeer’s metaphor imagines the world as a spectacle, something that you can choose either to gaze
A critical journey: On Mahmoud Khaled’s ‘Painter on a Study Trip’
Ismail Fayed | Is the audience's relationship to fine arts is the same as their relationship to colonial cosmopolitanism?
Do it yourself
Jenifer Evans | "I have a problem with the idea that contemporary art is a Western product and when it comes to Egypt