Art

Did Arabic Singing Originate in Yemen?

In the pre-Islamic era, Arabic singing and music were still emerging and in their very early stages. However, the south…

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When All Was Ruin Before the Wedding

The taxi driver I rode with one morning last August wanted to speak of nothing but his impressions of the…

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The Yemeni Song: Yesterday And Today

Return to your surroundings, how often shall they call to be drenched? By Ibrahim Fadhl

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The Creative Process of Love and Art

The drawbridge between two ends: love and life. Art is the common denominator joining hearts and souls and setting the…

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Poetry, nothing else comes close

Ahmed Abdelaziz: Transcending personal dynamic energy in every line of his drawings, and in every one of his photographs.           

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Framing Conflict: Film in a Time of War

“All art is autobiographical. The pearl is the oyster’s autobiography.” Federico Fellini, Italian Director

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Untitled, Undefined: A Perspective on Art

Between countries, languages and ethnicities lie identities. Can we consider a person more authentic and true if they show an…

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Ayoub Taresh: Playing Solo with the Soul

A public icon with a long creative life, whose tales were scrutinized by fans until everything available was known. 

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Six Female Yemeni Illustrators You Must Follow!

A new generation of female Yemeni artists who illustrate what it means to be women in times of war.

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Fine Art through Amna al-Nasiri’s Eye’s

In this interview with al-Madaniya magazine, Amna al-Nasiri, the artist, author, critic and Professor of the Philosophy of Aesthetics at…

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