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Seeing Egyptians: Hany Rashed from "Toys" to "Bulldozer"
Margot Badran writes on Hany Rashed’s exhibition “Bulldozer.”
Alaa Khaled explains the meaning of “differences” in society and its benefits.
النجاة بمصر – ملاحظات تأسيسية
Amr Hamzawy reflects on the necessary steps to establish a just governing system in Egypt.
البروليتاريا الفلاحية والإقطاع الجديد : أسئلة الريف المفكك
Mahmoud Salah sheds light on the conditions of Egypt’s countryside following the coup in 2013.
A Walk through `Ahmed`s Revenge and Other Untold Stories`
Medrar TV reports on Mohamed Abdelkarim’s solo exhibition entitled: “Ahmed’s Revenge and Other Untold Stories.”
Hamada el-Rasam layers three images from three events.