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Infinite Truths

December 12, 2017 - Rayan Elena Vergara Meersohn

To start with a blank canvas is to start with nothing – to step into the space of an empty void. Though bounded by the canvas edges in two dimensions – the picture plane – this space has the potential to open into infinite illusory dimensions through the agency of diagrammatic line. As lines meet, repeat, converge and diverge, hinging back and forth around a set of angles, the sublime mathematical beauty of Geometry opens into the magical space of the soul as it unfolds all the way to infinity, dancing an endless set of relations that always differ, performing a miraculous form of repetition that repeats only to produce difference and diversity, following in effect the principle of evolution of organic life.

Inspired by the Middle East: Art show wows London crowd

October 17, 2017 - Denise Marray

LONDON: Middle Eastern influences were the binding element in the work of four artists displayed at the Janet Rady Fine Art exhibition held at the Arab British Chamber of Commerce in London last week.

Meet An Artist - Hojat Amani (Part 2)

October 5, 2017 - Deepa Gopal Sunil

This is the second part of the amazing Iranian artist, Hojat Amani's interview. To read the first part click HERE.

 

Two Exhibitions on Arab Art Challenge Stereotypes to Build Bridges

October 4, 2017 - Kate Oczypok

For many Americans, the Middle East is often more associated with conflict and complexity than culture and creativity. But two powerful exhibitions of Arab art at the American University Museum are designed to dispel misconceptions and build bridges.

I AM: An East-West Arts Initiative Organized by CARAVAN” spotlights female artists from a dozen Middle Eastern countries as they confront issues of culture, religion and social dynamics in a rapidly changing world, both at home and abroad.

This exhibit of female Middle Eastern artists’ work aims to challenge stereotypes

September 29, 2017 - Vanessa H. Larson

“I so much believe in the positive contributions that women are making in the Middle East,” says Janet Rady, curator of “I Am,” a recently opened exhibit at the American University Museum featuring works by 31 female artists with roots in 12 countries in the region.

Meet An Artist - Hojat Amani

September 26, 2017 - Deepa Gopal Sunil

Hojat Amani: I took up visual arts as a major. Of course my family did not want me to do so, because they considered the arts as an extra-curricular activity.

Caravan to the Dark Side of the Moon

September 16, 2017 - Anna Seaman

“The differences between the Muslim and Christian faiths is as slim as the sliver of a crescent moon. The dark side of the moon is what we have in common,” Reverend Paul-Gordon Chandler tells me during a trans-Atlantic Skype conversation.

CANVAS - Arts Scene London

September 11, 2017 - CANVAS

In a visual celebration of women in the arts, Janet Rady has curated a powerful show of women, by women.

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What if zoo animals roam free in Dubai? – in pictures

September 7, 2017 - www.theguardian.com

What would the world be like if we weren’t dependent on oil? Photographer Richard Allenby-Pratt imagines a deserted Dubai in which the wealthy have fled, leaving giraffes and zebras to wander the alien landscapes

Two Arab Art Shows At American University Explore Conflict, Identity, And Community

September 4, 2017 - Staff

Thirty-one artists were invited to create an original still art work for I AM: An East-West Arts Initiative Organized by CARAVAN. Also opening on September 5th at the American University Museum, the exhibition will explore the experiences of women in the Middle East.