The great American Pop artist James Rosenquist (who died on 31 March) once said "History is remembered by its art, not its war machines." With this in mind, Jadaliyya`s Culture Bouquet returns with new art reviews, commentary, and translated literature.
Leyla Mansour recently translated Sinan Antoon`s The Corpse Washer from the Arabic into French for Actes Sud Press, and contributes an excerpt from the novel.
A short film documenting Helen Zughaib`s recent solo exhibition appears courtesy of York College, Pennsylvania.
Samer Al-Saber reflects on John Halaka`s latest work, which is currently on view at Gallery One, Palestine.
Haider Shahbaz reviews three exhibitions in London that include artists who are taking a critical look at architectural theory.
Joobin Bekhrad comments on the misguided tendency to compare North African and Middle Eastern artists, writers, and filmmakers to Western counterparts.
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More from Helen Zughaib`s Syrian Migration series can be seen here.