More Than Your Eyes Can See: Contemporary Photography from the Arab World
June 3 - Oct. 21, 2022
Curated by Laila Abdul Hadi Jadallah
Presented in partnership with Tribe Magazine
More Than Your Eyes Can See is an exhibition celebrating the work of 15 photographers from the Arab world and its diaspora who are defining the practice of photography in the Middle East. Employing photojournalism and fine art photography, their diverse work provides an intimate and dynamic lens through which to see the Arab world.
Photo: “LALALAND I” (2013) by Amr Attamimi, courtesy of the artist represented by Emergeast
The Middle East Institute’s Arts and Culture Center and The Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation in partnership with the Cheuse Center for International Writers at George Mason University were proud to present a two-day, virtual literature festival featuring writers and poets from the Middle East. Panels explored the works and experiences of leading and emerging Arab authors and poets and the challenges of publishing and translating works from the Middle East.
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Tribe Photo Magazine
Tribe is a non-profit publication focused on documenting photography, video and new media from the Arab world. As a global platform, its core mission is to create an archive and stimulate dialogue about the artists--emerging and established--who are defining their practice.
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