The curators of Past Disquiet, recently shown in Beirut, revisit a landmark 1978 exhibition held in solidarity with the Palestinian cause.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, an artist who uses forensic techniques, uses recorded sound to create new perspectives of the world and document injustice.
Ibrahim Ahmed draws on his own multinational experience to make art that challenges societal constructs.
Networks in Jordan and Saudi Arabia offer listeners programs that give voice to diverse views, discuss sensitive topics, or just go where the conversation flows.
Solomon, a nonprofit online publication, sees strength, not cause for fear, in diverse populations.
A committee of the country’s ministry of information has the power to ban books, in an affront to the country’s democratic principles.
Since the revolution a new art form among Tunisia’s youth has provided a political outlet.
Works by two artists from the Middle East, recently shown in New York, reflect on the effects of conquest, past and present.
The acclaimed Palestinian-American artist Samia Halaby has stayed connected to the visual and political elements of her homeland while viewing her work as having a broad artistic role.