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The phlegmatic French-Lebanese painter, David Daoud betrays his silence and reserve as he reveals himself to The New Eastern politics Art and Culture Contributor, Christiane Waked during a heart-to-heart discussion. C.W: David you are a citizen of the world, you have lived in the Middle East, Africa and Europe, can you please give us a brief...

The Lebanese-French Prince of words, images, and sounds, Nasri Sayegh talks to “The New Eastern Politics” Art and Culture contributor, Christiane Waked about how killing boredom can become a rebellious act of creative art. Portrait by Joie Iacono C.W: Nasri you are one of the most eclectic artists I have met, you are an actor, writer, Grand...

In a country where peace is always hanging by a thread, the collective theatre company “Zoukak” stands out as one of the few psycho-social theatre in Lebanon and the region that intervenes in miscellaneous marginalized contexts and with various groups such as populations affected by wars and conflicts, migrants and refugees, foreign domestic workers, prisoners,...

The CAP Prize aims to elevate African photography and encourage a rethinking of the image of Africa. The 7th edition of the Contemporary African Photography Prize announced its winners last week at Photo Basel International Art Fair 2018. The five winners are, Phumzile Khanyile (South Africa), Yassine Alaoui Ismaili (Morocco), Paul Botes (South Africa), Anna Boyiazis...

Egypt-based graphic designer Mahmoud Tammam creates simple modifications of Arabic words, transforming the language into visual representations of their meaning. The words Tammam chooses to design are often animals, turning long slopes into a llama’s neck, or a series of curves into an octopus’s tentacles. By creating these pictorial translations he allows the words to be understood...