Breakfast at Baalbaki’s

During the bustling week of the Beirut Art Fair (21-24 September 2017), I had the pleasure of finally meeting in person contemporary Lebanese artist Ayman Baalbaki, after discovering his unparalleled…

Q&A with Emma Hart

artBahrain contributing editor Glenna Aquino interviews Emma Hart (Max Mara Art Prize for Women) about her award winning Mama Mia! Mamma Mia! was the result of a six-month residency in…

Justin Charles

Video art is a key area of interest at PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco, and the fair’s Connected sector specifically highlights those artists working in moving image. The theme for 2018’s…

Jan Fabre

A multidisciplinary artist, playwright, stage director, choreographer and designer, Jan Fabre is one of Belgium’s most celebrated creative minds. Exhibiting internationally at museums and galleries for the past forty years,…

Jason deCaires Taylor

Richard Noyce interviewed Jason deCaires Taylor in July 2017, following the artist’s participation in the Grenada Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, during which time a controversy arose concerning the nature…

Boon Hui Tan

An arts and cultural leader, curator and festival programmer, Boon Hui Tan has come a long way from his early position as an editor at a book publisher in Singapore…

Reem Fadda

The curator of the Palestinian Museum’s inaugural exhibition “Jerusalem Lives,” Reem Fadda has an inspiring history of organizing programs to promote an international understanding of art and culture. She was…

Q&A with Dr Ala Bashir (Painter, sculptor and surgeon)

artBahrain interviews renowned Iraqi surgeon Dr Ala Bashar about his beginning, influence and development in art and the reason why he chose it as his medium of expression. Why did…

Naomi Cass

PHOTOFAIRS’ Staged sector explores the relationship between photography and other art forms such as installation art, sculpture, video and painting. One of the leading institutions taking part in PHOTOFAIRS |…