exhibition review

Means of transportation to apprehend Mohammad el Rawas

Mohammad El Rawas, Train I, 1975. Oil on canvas, 198.5 x 247 cm. Mohammad El Rawas looks at visual culture as a bottomless cornucopia of opportunities. A series of prints in the nineteen-eighties introduced his liberal appropriation of images high and low, old and new, which he merrily kept on recycling through series of Joseph… Continue reading Means of transportation to apprehend Mohammad el Rawas

exhibition review

On Death and Dying – Tagreed Darghouth’s Analogy to Human Life at Saleh Barakat Gallery

Tagreed Darghouth, from the series The Tree Within, A Palestinian Olive Tree, 2018.   Tagreed Darghouth has long been interested in the capacity of human beings to dehumanise, even annihilate one another. If her early shows, such as Fair and Lovely, which explored the Lebanese employers’ abuse of their female migrant domestic workers, spoke of mistreatment and… Continue reading On Death and Dying – Tagreed Darghouth’s Analogy to Human Life at Saleh Barakat Gallery