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Culture Tag

Power is something that attracts, corrupts, intimidates, violates, scares and offends, among other things.  Everyone wants to have some share of power to be able to hold her own relationally, socially, economically and politically, at the very least. Without any, or, very little power, one is often at the mercy of another or a group...

When our Arts and Culture contributor, Christiane Waked gets cozy with the sensitive painter, Annie Kurkdjian, the talk goes as smooth as a running river. C.W: Your sensitivity pops into my eyes straight away, so I am curious to know, as a child, how did you develop your artistic seeds. A.K: My parents are Syrian Armenian who...

When our Arts and Culture contributor, Christiane Waked gets cozy with the sensitive painter, Annie Kurkdjian, the talk goes as smooth as a running river. C.W: Your sensitivity pops into my eyes straight away, so I am curious to know, as a child, how did you develop your artistic seeds. A.K: My parents are Syrian Armenian who...

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...