March 7, 2016
Kamal Aljafari remembers when Jaffa was transformed into civil war-torn Beirut. Under the direction of Menachem Golan, the production team...
Conversations
February 9, 2016
Until 2012, Soulaf Abas painted mostly landscapes and insects. Her work is emotive, warm, impressionistic yet controlled. Her paintings...
Poetry
January 25, 2016
Editor's Preface: To isolate one detail from Charles Cantalupo’s ekphrastic poem: Drawing the moment of stillness when the insect and...
Art
January 7, 2016
Layziehound has a bit of Muhammed Ali about him. He towers over most humans, for one thing. He's also a compulsive self-narrator—when he’s...
Conversations
December 14, 2015
There’s a map of the Middle East that hangs in the Leila Heller Gallery today, and upon entering the room, it’s hard to avoid its sparkle...
Reviews
November 18, 2015
African futures, travelling diasporic sounds and writing by Africans for Africans are at the core of the Chimurenga Library exhibition on...
Reviews
November 4, 2015
Malik Sajad was born in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-occupied Kashmir, in 1987. Munnu: A Boy From Kashmir is his first book-...
Reviews
October 13, 2015
The Past is a Foreign Country , which closed this past weekend, was French-Ivorian photographer François-Xavier Gbré’s first solo...
Art
October 12, 2015
I spent the majority of my summer in Los Angeles. New to the city as I was, I had no idea of what to expect besides the ominous presence of...