Define your generation here. Generation What
TOPIC Townhouse
Paper, transport and bureaucracy in Egypt: An interview with artist Ash Moniz
Sama Waly | Ash Moniz on his Townhouse solo show “In the Anticipation of a Future Need to Know”
I like collecting ugly things: On Amgad Naguib’s Townhouse show
Ifdal Elsaket | A show about the magnitude of what gets left out and the futility of capturing the past's messiness.
10 Nabrawy Street, in danger again, points to web of interests behind demolitions
Rowan El Shimi | Why are so many owners of historic buildings in Egypt eager to let their buildings fall? Rowan El Shimi
Against helplessness in the arts
Mia Jankowicz | As soon as we give in to the idea that we are nothing but private citizens we’ve given up 99 percent
Five critical days in the life of 10 Nabrawy Street
Alexandra Stock | Attempting to prevent the dissolution of place and memory in a labor against forgetfulness.
FestBeat: Talking about institutions and fluidity at Cairo Video Festival
Nour El Safoury | The openness and flexibility of the festival is appealing, just like other spaces free from ministry
A Worthy Degenerate, a marker of this moment’s caution
Mia Jankowicz | The poor image maintains its vitality through mobility. Not waiting to be seen, as conventionally exhibited
The knife-sharpener’s wheel: A review of Ayman Ramadan’s Mere Real Things at Townhouse West
Mia Jankowicz | While we may well have to adapt to the expectations of private supporters, we must decide which compromises
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
More features
Committee issues final decision: Townhouse building to be restored
Eyewitnesses: Destruction of parts of Townhouse building underway
Update: Townhouse building demolition postponed
Townhouse gallery’s downtown HQ partially collapses
Update: Staff back to work at Townhouse, awaiting further instructions from municipality
Townhouse says closure is due to state admin failures, not politics
More News