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Appetite For Destruction

The legs of the acrylic wooden console table that Ramin Haerizadeh has stuck to the canvas of We Choose To Go To The Moon still bear the price

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Film and Theatre
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The Nights Of Zayandeh-Rood

Nearly thirty years later, Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s heavily censored film is finding new audiences A year after Ayatollah Khomeini’s death in 1989, and in the wake of

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Fahrelnissa Zeid, London, 1952
Arts and Literature
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She Comes In Colours

‘I am the descendant of four civilisations. In my self-portrait, the hand is Persian, the dress is Byzantine, the face is Cretan, and the eyes

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Arts and Literature
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Initials B.B.

It was one of those afternoons I didn’t ever want to end. All I’d brought with me were a pair of bright blue jeans and

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Arts and Literature
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Facing History

Shirin Neshat at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. When you catch the right wavelength that communicates the nuances of a vast and varied culture

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Arts and Literature
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Kabul Dreams

Kicking out the jams, kranking up the volume: Sulyman Qardash and the boys of Kabul Dreams Amidst the dust and splendour, the city glows. Lost in

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Traces and Revelations

TWO ARTISTS FROM GAZA WHO FOUND AND REDISCOVERED EACH OTHER THROUGH THEIR ART An exhibition uniting the works of two artists who grew up together

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