The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture marks a decade of supporting artistic projects with an exhibition in Beirut’s new “museum of memory.”
The Townhouse art gallery, a cultural landmark, has survived a raid by state authorities and a building collapse.
The study of the remains of ancient civilizations, once considered a relic of colonialism, is making a comeback.
When economic development clashes with archaeology, Manama could offer a model for other Arab countries.
The appreciation that has flowed for the Baghdad-born architect and her buildings has often neglected the time that she has spent teaching.
Academic architecture departments are absent from important political discussions of the built environment in the Arab world, argues the author.