REVIEWS

/ SARAH RIFKY
View of “The Language of Human Consciousness,” Athr, Jeddah, 2014.
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Sarah Rifky

Everything Would Appear To Man, As It Is, Infinite. The title and subscript from Michael John Whelan’s framed print on the second floor of Athr’s 1500-square-meter gallery space in Jeddah encapsulates the ambitious group show “The Language of Human Consciousness.” The exhibition—curated by collector and Athr’s co-founder Mohammed Hafiz, closely... continue reading
View from Gypsum Gallery showing Doa Aly, “House of Sleep,” Cairo, 2013.
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Sarah Rifky

The limelight on political struggle, uprisings, and Egypt’s “revolutions” over the last three years has eclipsed the otherwise unprecedented number of recent art initiatives surging in Cairo amidst the tumult. However, for many years, the capital’s growing art milieu has lacked a serious commercial gallery to introduce artists to markets,... continue reading
View of Gallery Sfeir Semler Beirut / Hamburg at Art Dubai, 2012.
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Sarah Rifky

“The Arab Spring is (not quite) Old News” Old news. That’s how Fred Sicre (of Abraaj Capital, Art Dubai’s partner) dubbed the Arab Spring. The flaming politics of the last year’s events have been reduced to the mere glimmers in the Emirati’s up-and-coming art fair. In the past three years, the... continue reading

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