A Markaz Review bi-weekly roundup of our editors' favorite selections from within the global arts and culture scene.
Selma Dabbagh reviews a masterpiece that gives insight into the life of a remarkable woman artist striving to live on her own terms.
Aomar Boom describes the centrality of donkeys and mules to life in the unforgiving earthquake-shattered terrain of the High Atlas Mountains.
Brahim El Guabli argues that Morocco's disaster survivors must be able to communicate in their mother tongue.
Noshin Bokth reviews a Palestinian literary classic set in Nablus about resignation and resistance under Israeli military occupation.
Nazlı Koca interviews novelist Ebru Ojen and her translators on the creative process of bringing her latest book into English.
Kaya Genç reviews Ebru Ojen's newly translated novel, an exploration of a Kurdish mother grappling with the sacrifices of motherhood.
Arie Amaya-Akkermans does a deep dive into the fascinating career of Istanbul-born Greek Armenian artist Hera Büyüktaşçıyan.
Matt Hanson, an art writer in Turkey, drives across the high plains between Ankara and Konya to see a site-specific art installation.
TMR publishes World Picks special edition on its third anniversary, including events from Sept. 15-26, 2023.
Renowned record producer Sir Robin Millar reports from Marrakesh, 45 miles from the epicenter of Morocco’s devastating earthquake.
Moroccan Amazigh scholar Brahim El Guabli learned that his family in Ouarzazate lost their home in the earthquake that hit Friday night.