"There’s no calligraphy, geometric tiles or oil paintings of dhows.
Instead, visitors descending the stairs to see the work of young Arab artists at a new exhibition in New York are confronted by a glass cubicle. Its base is filled with the rubble of war. Perched at an awkward angle is a video screen playing footage of a faceless woman, her status as an "immigrant" spelt out in Arabic."
Keep reading about the exhibition curated by Razan Al Sarraf in The National.
Article published on Oct 24, 2018 by Rob crilly, all rights reserved.