Curator Nadine Aranki presents posters by new and established artists, writers and graphic designers, in the service of social justice for Palestine.
Six women artists and curator Nadine Khalil explore women's bodies in a Dubai exhibition, in an interview by Naima Morelli.
Arie Amaya-Akkermans talks to Lebanese and Cypriot artists about their work on the divided island of Cyprus.
Nada Ghosn on censored and cancelled voices, many of whom have called for an end to the assault on Gaza.
Malu Halasa reviews the latest book on Iranian women photographers by Anahita Ghabaian Etehadieh alongside two new books in a similar vein.
War and documentary photographer Maher Attar opens the Art District in Beirut to nurture other artists and beauty.
Hisham Bustani and Linda Al Khoury talk to TMR about their new bilingual book and the urban distortions they bear witness to in Amman, Jordan.
Sophie Kazan explores the Middle Eastern artists and galleries on display when Frieze London celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Sophie Kazan reviews a colorful exhibition that conveys Moroccan history and culture via paintings, ceramics, photographs, 1960s and 1970s film footage, woven textiles and posters.
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