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INTERVIEW WITH NEDA DANA-HAERI

May 31, 2015

Read here the full interview with Neda Dana-Haeri, by art journalist and writer Lisa Pollman.

INTERVIEW WITH SABAH ARBILLI

April 28, 2015

Read here the full interview with Sabah Arbilli, by art journalist and writer Lisa Pollman.

LISA POLLMAN IN CONVERSATION WITH RICHARD ALLENBY-PRATT

March 29, 2015

Read here the full interview with Richard Allenby-Pratt, by art journalist and writer Lisa Pollman.

AL-ARABY: JOURNEYING INTO CONTEMPORARY MIDDLE EASTERN ART WITH JANET RADY

February 27, 2015

'Rady has become one of the world’s premier Middle East art experts.' [al-Araby]

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On 24 February 2015, Al-Araby al-Jadeed published Journeying into contemporary Middle Eastern art with Janet Rady, an inspiring article by Ahmad K Minkara about Janet Rady.

Minkara writes about his encounter and conversation with Janet Rady, and how after studying and living in the Middle East for years, Rady has dedicated her life to the art of the region.

Minkara introduces the reader to Rady's biography, her thirst for Islamic art and the successful pursuit of her passion, going through her life-changing visits and career path.

Al-Araby al-Jadeed English is a news and current affairs website focused on the Arab world with the aim to provide in-depth and informative coverage and put forward views and voices to promote a progressive discourse and counter autocratic and sectarian narratives that threaten to dominate the region.

 

 

 

 

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INTERVIEW WITH HOJAT AMANI BY LISA POLLMAN

February 27, 2015

Janet Rady Fine Art artist Hojat Amani on angel's wings, calligraphy and Iranian art today - an INTERVIEW by art journalist and writer Lisa Pollman in Art Radar.

MANOTOTV REPORT ON EDINBURGH IRANIAN FESTIVAL FEATURING JANET RADY

February 24, 2015

The Part 3 report of the ManotoTV on the 2015 Edinburgh Iranian Festival features judge Janet Rady who was also a speaker at the Perception Opening Night of the festival, which took place on Saturday 7th February 2015 at the Summerhall.

The ManotoTV is an international free-to-air Persian-language general entertainment channel based in London and its programs include documentaries, films, series, news and reports.

Watch the report here and check out the Edinburgh Iranian Festival's new website on this link.

INTERVIEW WITH KHALED AKIL BY LISA POLLMAN

January 29, 2015

In this interview, art journalist and writer Lisa Pollman talks to Janet Rady Fine Art artist Khaled Akil, an inspiring conversation which enlightens on Akil's background, practice and the meaning behind his works.

 

 

 

THE MIDDLE EAST IN LONDON FEATURING ATEFEH KHAS’ WORK

January 29, 2015

In this February – March 2015 Environment issue of The Middle East in London, the cover features Atefeh Khas' work.

The issue tackles subjects such as Water resources in the Middle East, Wars, depleted uranium and soil pollution, Iran’s looming water crisis, Cultural heritage and the environment, Can desalination provide a sustainable source of water?, The Nile Basin and hydrosolidarity, Nanotechnology, PLUS Reviews and events in London.

Click here to view the full cover.

HARPER’S BAZAAR ART: ARTICLE ON MENA PHOTOGRAPHY FEATURING THOUGHTS OF JANET RADY

January 6, 2015

'IN FOCUS?
Photography from the MENA region is in vogue with curators around the world. But how is it faring in the global art market?'

In this January-February 2015 issue of Harper's BAZAAR ART, Simon Bowcock talks to industry professionals such as Janet Rady to find out.

Read the powerful article and find out the answer here.

A HISTORIAN’S PERSPECTIVE… PATRICK ALTES AND DR. NATALYA VINCE DISCUSS THE RESIDENCY

December 4, 2014

In this inspiring article, Patrick Altes and Dr. Natalya Vince discuss Altes' residency at the University of Portsmouth, where he worked in the School of Languages and Area Studies for ten months in 2012-13 and was funded by the Leverhulme Trust’s Artist in Residence scheme.

"Patrick Altes’s brings a new perspective to this public debate. Through art, he succeeds in challenging both pied-noir nostalgia about ‘French Algeria’ and academic and popular preconceptions – and indeed misgivings – about what a pied-noir voice might represent."

To know more about Patrick Altes, visit his artist page here.