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ISSUE No.
2

Remembering Home
Across Borders

Discover our new exhibition and lectures through artists and designers who create opportunities for affiliation and recognition that contribute to diasporic collective memory. Their narratives show solidarity as resilience through the construction of imaginaries by the art of documenting, collecting and archiving.

Scroll down to read our stories that prove that nostalgia can be restorative sometimes, and redefine the meaning of home.

Jan–
Feb 2022
What Is Home to You?
Mohamad Hafez: Jan 19–Feb 19, 2022
Laure Prouvost
Wavelength Online Lecture series: Jan 25 at 8pm
A modern twist to traditional wear in a global world
Lauren Morell ’20 shares her inspiration from her nomadic childhood
Landscapes of Arabia
In conjunction with the Ninth Biennial Hamad bin Khalifa Symposium...
Camille Zakharia
A reflection on his time as an artist working in...
A longing for Home
A series of collected objects from our community that had significance...
Rebuilding memories of flight and nostalgia
Varvara Keidan Shavrova on how she infuses a reflective nostalgia in...
New Exposure
Curator Daniel Berndt about the important mission of the Arab Image...
Tarek Al-Ghoussein
Odysseus by Dina Ibrahim, The Third Line Gallery
What Is Home to You?
Mohamad Hafez: Jan 19–Feb 19, 2022
Laure Prouvost
Wavelength Online Lecture series: Jan 25 at 8pm
A modern twist to traditional wear in a global world
Lauren Morell ’20 shares her inspiration from her nomadic childhood
A longing for Home
A series of collected objects from our community that had significance of home for their owners
Rebuilding memories of flight and nostalgia
Varvara Keidan Shavrova on how she infuses a reflective nostalgia in her art
New Exposure
Curator Daniel Berndt about the important mission of the Arab Image Foundation
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