Posts Tagged: London

Image: Rose Issa Project

Art review: Bita Ghezelayagh, The Letter that Never Arrived

In 2011, Bita Ghezelayagh’s combination of rural felt-craft and modern Iranian imagery earned her a place on the Jameel Prize shortlist. In her latest exhibition, she takes worn-out carpets from Western homes and returns them to their Middle Eastern roots

Image: Rose Issa Project

Art review: Bita Ghezelayagh, The Letter that Never Arrived

In 2011, Bita Ghezelayagh’s combination of rural felt-craft and modern Iranian imagery earned her a place on the Jameel Prize shortlist. In her latest exhibition, she takes worn-out carpets from Western homes and returns them to their Middle Eastern roots

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The Rise of Middle Eastern Street Art

While the Arab Spring of 2011 was by no means the beginnings of street art in the Middle East – UPDATE: as discussed in a recent openDemocracy talk – it did lead to an explosion of graffitis, murals and stencils across

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The Rise of Middle Eastern Street Art

While the Arab Spring of 2011 was by no means the beginnings of street art in the Middle East – UPDATE: as discussed in a recent openDemocracy talk – it did lead to an explosion of graffitis, murals and stencils across

Axis of Light Film ICA: Eights Artists from the Middle East

Axis of Light: Eight Artists from the Middle East

London’s ICA launches the screening of a collaborative film by eight Middle Eastern artists today. Axis of Light will be exhibited every day until March 4 at the following times: 12pm, 1.15pm, 2.30pm, 3.45pm and 5.00pm. The film, about an hour

Axis of Light Film ICA: Eights Artists from the Middle East

Axis of Light: Eight Artists from the Middle East

London’s ICA launches the screening of a collaborative film by eight Middle Eastern artists today. Axis of Light will be exhibited every day until March 4 at the following times: 12pm, 1.15pm, 2.30pm, 3.45pm and 5.00pm. The film, about an hour

Art made in response to war in Iraq by kennardphillips

Art for political change

kennardphillipps is a collaboration working since 2002 to produce art in response to the invasion of Iraq.  In a new exhibition at London’s Mosaic Rooms, with Iraqi artist Hanaa’ Malallah, they will use up-to-date archives of press photography and digital print

Art made in response to war in Iraq by kennardphillips

Art for political change

kennardphillipps is a collaboration working since 2002 to produce art in response to the invasion of Iraq.  In a new exhibition at London’s Mosaic Rooms, with Iraqi artist Hanaa’ Malallah, they will use up-to-date archives of press photography and digital print

Rose Issa Gallery

Middle Eastern Cultural Spaces in London

Middle Eastern LDN has compiled a map detailing some of London’s most loved Middle Eastern cultural venues. Please leave a comment or tweet @MiddleEastLDN if you know of one that we’ve missed and we will add it! Click on the

Rose Issa Gallery

Middle Eastern Cultural Spaces in London

Middle Eastern LDN has compiled a map detailing some of London’s most loved Middle Eastern cultural venues. Please leave a comment or tweet @MiddleEastLDN if you know of one that we’ve missed and we will add it! Click on the