When Marwa Arsanios and Mirene Arsanios launched 98weeks in 2007, it was homeless.
What is a library? Is it a place of memory, of knowledge or of escape? Is it best seen as labyrinth or cocoon, container or contents?
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s “Language Gulf in the Shouting Valley” (2013) is rooted on what may be the Golan Heights’ best-known cultural activity.
Dressed in patterned Converse, tight dirt-smeared trousers and a camo print vest over a short red dress, the woman stares directly into the camera, feet...
Since the 1990s this country has nurtured a succession of visual artists whose work has veered from electronic art to cinema and vice versa.
A great story can go a long way.