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Book lauch – On Art and Resistance: Book Launch NO Rhetoric(s) – Nadia Radwan
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Lecture – Mahmoud Said in his Egyptian Environment - Between Modernist Trends and the Orientalist Gaze – Silvia Naef
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Lecture – Le portrait du Docteur Tholozan dans la collection persane de Jean Pozzi : une brève histoire de la France en Iran entre 1858 et 1937 – Negar Habibi
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Exhibition – Regards du Sénégal. Souwèr de la collection Afric.Art – Vitromusée Romont
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Exhibition – Iran Portrait of a Country – Museum Rietberg
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Lecture series – From masterpiece to commemorative object: a history of Middle Eastern cultural diplomacy – Silvia Naef with Joan Grandjean
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Call for Projects – Joint call for projects Morocco-Switzerland 2024 – Leading House MENA
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Review – « Le cheveu de MuÊ¿awiya », une exposition aux tons de l’histoire, de l’amour, et de la politique – Haythem Jemaiel
Based on a historical and poetic reading of the tumultuous early period of Arab-Islamic civilization, this exhibition is an artistic exploration that questions the images, forms and socio-political issues that characterize it, while placing them in the perspective of their resonance with today’s context. The curator Nadine Atallah adopted the Arabic notion of fitna relating to the ideas of disorder, discord and sedition. With its strong political and religious connotations this notion acts as a common thread enabling her to weave the formal and conceptual links that structure this large-scale exhibition.
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Lecture Series – Art moderne et contemporain du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient : regards croisés sur les logiques culturelles d’une institutionnalisation en cours – ARVIMM

 

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