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Magazine: On Poetry, the Pandemic and Projects that Encourage Mutual Support among Artists, image alt
On Poetry, the Pandemic and Projects that Encourage Mutual Support among Artists
Hamza Bounoua talks to Artscoops about the inspiration that his Algerian roots continue to provide and how his ideas about achieving success and satisfaction on the art scene have changed over the years. Algeria’s colour codes, from the blue sea and sky to the golden sands and sun, are hallmarks of your work. What do you think your roots and the...
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Magazine: A Different Kind of Space Age, image alt
A Different Kind of Space Age
Muriel Asmar, independent curator, tells Artscoops about her desire to give local talent a helping hand and why she believes pop-ups are revolutionising the art scene.What was it that ignited your passion for the visual arts and prompted you to make it an integral part of your professional life?I’ve always loved all forms of art since I was a...
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Magazine: Worlds apart, united in art, image alt
Worlds apart, united in art
Roya Khadjavi, the New York-based independent curator and cultural producer, talks to Artscoops about her commitment to helping emerging Iranian talents navigate the international art market, at a time when creative voices are giving the WOMAN, LIFE, FREEDOM movement a major boost.Roya Khadjavi at 'Underskin' at the Milan Image FairTalk us...
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Magazine: An A-Z of Collecting, image alt
An A-Z of Collecting
Are you thinking of buying an artwork for the first time or just beginning to build a collection? Artscoops has put together an essential guide of dos and don’ts to help you on your way.If you’ve spotted a painting for sale and are tempted to make an offer, but a lack of confidence is causing you to hesitate, you’re not alone. The art world can...
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Magazine: MENART Fair: creating bridges and opening doors, image alt
MENART Fair: creating bridges and opening doors
Since its launch in 2021, MENART Fair has established itself as a highly respected showcase for galleries and artists from the Middle East and North Africa. Having recently wrapped up the third edition of the fair, Laure d’Hauteville, its Founder and Director, shares her thoughts on how artists from the region are bringing their...
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Magazine: Fabric Finally Finds its Place, image alt
Fabric Finally Finds its Place
DESIGNEAST’s exhibition, titled ‘(Un)common Threads’, is giving the underexposed medium of textiles a well-deserved and long-awaited platform this week in Dubai.Rue Kothari, Founder and Creative Director, DESIGNEASTGiven that storytelling lies at the heart of all artforms, it is, perhaps, frustrating that a medium so well suited to...
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Magazine: History in the Making, image alt
History in the Making
Karina El Helou, who was appointed Director of the Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock Museum in October 2022, tells us how she approached the inevitable challenges that came with the role and offers a snapshot of what audiences can look forward to seeing when the doors of this iconic institution reopen in late May 2023. What were the initial challenges you...
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Magazine: Tough times, Good Times and Past Times, image alt
Tough times, Good Times and Past Times
The artist Khaled Takreti tells Artscoops how happy childhood memories and hope for the future provided the inspiration he needed to paint during the pandemic, resulting in a local, landmark show of work brimming with nostalgia and joy Khaled Takreti’s December show, titled #LOVE and held in Lebanon at Aida Cherfan Fine Art Gallery with...
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Magazine: When Symbols Make Significant Statements, image alt
When Symbols Make Significant Statements
The artist Elias Ayoub talks to Artscoops about his longstanding fascination with iconography and a belief in its power to take art to the next level.The reasons people leave their homeland vary greatly, ranging from a desire to further their education to wanting to see more of the world. Something that many expats agree on, however, is that...
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