Negar Azimi

Egyptian surrealism: a case-study in global modernity 

By Negar Azimi

From Werner Herzog to Arthur Jafa: contemporary life, or how to make meaning from fragments

By Negar Azimi

In praise of oral history

By Negar Azimi

Art and the culture of apology

By Negar Azimi

Negar Azimi on Jane Bowles and bell hooks on Beyoncé: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton
Portrait of a Noblewoman, 1775–80, damaged, artist unknown

In the first of a new series of columns, Negar Azimi reflects on trash aesthetics

By Negar Azimi
Philippe Parreno, The Writer (2007), installation view, 'Anywhere, Anywhere, Out Of The World', Palais de Tokyo, 2013; courtesy: Esther Schipper, Berlin

Negar Azimi is senior editor of Bidoun.

By Negar Azimi
Talks

Ethics and relativism in an international art world 

Art’s conflicted relationship with the Arab Spring

By Negar Azimi

Art has a long history of engagement with politics. Does recent so-called socially engaged or political art really effect change?

By Negar Azimi
Talks

Can art be effective activism and vice versa?

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