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Rahel Aima

Stéphanie Saadé

Like many Lebanese artists of her generation who grew up in the shadow of the country's civil war, Stéphanie Saadé is interested in experiences of displacement and the mutability of history, but she…

Jennifer J. Lee

At first, the ten small oil paintings on jute in Jennifer J. Lee's exhibition "Day Trip" seemed entirely random in subject matter.


The printmaker and collagist Zarina Hashmi, who goes by her first name, is one of the foremost figures of South Asian art.

The Dubai Effect

They say that museums are where art goes to die. But it might be more apt to say that of storage facilities—from an artist's bedroom closet to multibillion-dollar freeports found chiefly in Geneva…

“A Tripoli Agreement”

In 1976, representatives from the Philippines government and the Moro National Liberation Front, a splinter group of the Muslim Independence Movement, signed a peace accord in the Libyan capital.