The Markaz Review recommends the following exhibitions, on now in Paris, New York, Montpellier, London, Marseille and Beirut.
Laëtitia Soula caught the opening of Djamel Tatah's extravagant show at the Musée Fabre in Montpellier, where she spoke with the artist.
Laëtitia Soula talks to an imam, a pastor and a rabbi, all women, who sat down to write a book together melding feminism and religion.
Montpellier's venerable Mediterranean film festival announces retrospectives and avant-premières.
For her 11th TMR music column, Melissa Chemam interviews the Algerian-French diva Samira Brahmia.
Algerian critic Fouad Mami parses his nation's history and independence from France, on Algeria's 60th anniversary.
Pierre Daum opines that despite a French museum's best effort, an exhibit on Algeria and France can't escape its colonial bias.
This month, TMR's music critic, Melissa Chemam, stumbles upon an unexpected exhibit of the history and influence of raï, chaabi and "Beur" politics on the French body politic.
TMR’s guest editor Aomar Boum admires the growing movement of political cartooning in North Africa and the Middle East.
The Lebanese cartoonist and BD historian George “Jad” Khoury gives an in-depth overview of contemporary comix across the Arab world.
Algeria’s leading cartoonist reminisces on his start in bandes dessinées in Algeria, Poland and France.
For 20 years, Algeria was the preeminent country of comics in the Maghreb and Middle East. Nadjib Berber shares some of his story.