Negar Azimi

Can Ralph Rugoff’s ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ exhibition address histories of narrow nationalism, fascism, and empire head-on?

By Negar Azimi

Negar Azimi visits the Damascus-born artist ahead of her retrospective at MoMA PS1

By Negar Azimi and Simone Fattal

‘History is full of people who just didn’t,’ reads the first line of her riveting opening essay, which also serves as a sort of statement of intent

By Negar Azimi
Jean-Michel Basquiat with Suzanne Mallouk, 1981. Photograph: Duncan Fraser Buchanan

‘I know no more perfect portrait of artist and muse’

By Negar Azimi

Inaugurating the field of postcolonial studies, the Palestinian exile’s masterwork has been embraced and misread ever since

By Negar Azimi

In times of political turmoil, art is a necessary rebuke to escapism

By Negar Azimi

A recent show in New York of the filmmaker’s maquettes highlights his insights into contemporary life

By Negar Azimi

Eileen Myles’s new memoir of her dog has much to say about being human

By Negar Azimi

Éric Baudelaire's thoughtful response to the attacks on the French capital

By Negar Azimi

Different approaches to travel writing 

By Negar Azimi

Egyptian surrealism: a case-study in global modernity 

By Negar Azimi