Tourists to the contemporary art world remark upon its fixation with “space.”
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Art Dubai, the Emirati art fair, recently announced that Lebanese artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan was the recipient of the 2018 edition Abraaj Group Art Prize.
Rana Begum’s “No. 695” was conceived with an eye to the natural light of the UAE.
You can walk into an art exhibition and nothing – not one of the dozens of objects and images adorning walls and plinths and floors – will provoke interest.
Two years ago this month a 14-year-old named Yusuf Shawamreh was killed not far from the town of Al-Khalil (aka Hebron).
When art critics and their kin talk about the stuff they find in gallery and museum exhibitions, it’s a convenient fallback position to describe how it’s made.
Yto Barrada was named the winner of the 2015 Abraaj Group Art Prize (AGAP) Tuesday, based on a proposal for a piece to be realized over the course of the next...
Surrounded by trees and birdsong, two 20-something adults stare at one another, expressionless.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan is among four artists nominated for the 2019 Turner Prize.
For his Beirut solo, “Sand Comes Through the Window,” Taysir Batniji had to redo pieces from one of his major series from scratch.
“Eyes Recently Open,” the latest exhibition at Letitia Gallery, explores the structures and struggles of daily life through photography and video.