TOPIC Wael Shawky
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 song of the Crusades in the voice of the Gulf: On Wael Shawky’s latest performance
Adel Abdel Wahab | Adel Abdel Wahab reviews artist Wael Shawky's The Song of Roland: The Arabic Version
Wael Shawky in Milan: A cosmopolitan artistic ecumenopolis exists just behind the carnage
Dan Jakubowski | How communities interact and change one another through war and material culture has long been of concern
MASS Alexandria 2016: A busy and approachable final exhibition
Lara El Gibaly | Three days of contemplation and conversation, between the deeply personal and the public.
Deleuze in Miami: The moving image of MASS Alexandria
Ilka Eickhof | After a 2-year hiatus, the contemporary arts education space MASS Alexandria is preparing to reopen.
Certain narratives persist: Here and Elsewhere
Ismail Fayed and Jenifer Evans | Here and Elsewhere was an exhibition of artists from the Arab world at New York City’s New Museum.
A certain moody power
Mia Jankowicz | I have no issue with cryptic works, if there’s enough to tantalize a committed viewer, says Mia Jankowicz
MASS Alexandria: A steeper learning curve than expected
Jenifer Evans | In 2013, participants in the independent art study program MASS Alexandria faced an uncertain finale