Other cities, other seas

Nikita Kadan, Untitled (Political Natural History Department), 2014, included in 'Lest the Two Seas Meet', a Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw. Courtesy the artist; photograph: B. Stawiarski.

Finding historical perspectives on current upheavals in the Arab world

Khaled Malas, Drawing of a Well (from ‘Excavating the Sky’), 2014. Courtesy: the artist

How to survive exile

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Illustration of Lady Hester Stanhope  from her memoirs, 1845. Courtesy: Bridgeman Art Library

Lady adventurers and the legacies of colonial history

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Youssef Abdelké, Knife and Bird,  2010. Courtesy: © Youssef Abdelke, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, and Galerie Tanit, Beirut.

Can art survive a civil war?

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Wael Shawky ‘Cabaret Crusades’ (detail),  2010–ongoing. Courtesy: Galerie Sfeir-Semler, Beirut & Hamburg.

The spiritual and the secular in art today

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Bill T. Jones, Still/Here, 1994. Courtesy: New York Live Arts; photograph: Joanne Savio

The spectres of the culture wars

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Yassin al-Haj Saleh in Julia Meltzer and David Thorne’s We Will Live to See These Things, or, Five Pictures of What May Come to Pass, 2007. Courtesy: the artists

Prisoners of conscience and creative acts

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Nathalie Khayat’s studio following a car-bomb explosion, Beirut, October 2012

On working as an artist in Beirut today

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Khalil Rabah, Biproduct, 2010,  painting of an aircraft  carrier, in the shape of the Gaza Strip, transformed into a farm

Artistic responses to the question of Palestine

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

One woman’s protest in Damascus

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Khalil Saleeby Carrie with Pink Rose, Life-size, 1922

The donation of an art collection to the American University of Beirut has prompted plans to create two new galleries in Lebanon

By Kaelen-Wilson Goldie
Rabih Mroué Cover, 2011

What a show in New York says about artistic freedom in Lebanon

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie