Originally made for walking in the desert, Saudi Arabia’s traditional leather slippers are used all over the country and sometimes still made by handRead more
Direct contacts between Armenians and Azerbaijanis are almost non-existent. Founded by Raffi Wartanian, the Letters for Peace project is an attempt to create ties between young people from both countries through epistolary exchanges.Read more
What happens to the mind and soul when we move places? In times of global immobility and isolation, what does the word migration mean beyond movement?
ماذا يحدث للعقل والروح عندما ننتقل من مكان إلى آخر؟ وفي زمن الجمود والعزلة حول العالم، ما الذي قد تعنيه كلمة الهجرة خارج حدود الحركة والتنقل؟
A neighbour, a person living by our side. We may differ in manners and ideas of how things should be done, but we will always stay closely connected.
More than a tool for reflecting what is, language is also a means of producing the real. It also has subversive potential – the ability to speak new kinds of selves, communities and solidarities into being, to resurrect mute narratives and resuscitate those that are running out of breath.
The night has a special kind of intimacy. A slower pace, a sense that time is moving in other directions. Places turn unfamiliar in the dark; people look different, do things differently. The night is a pause from life during the day, but also a world entirely of its own.
Klashinkof Boghos, also known as Boghos 008, is a Lebanese-Armenian born and living in the center of Beirut’s Armenian quarter Bourj Hammoud.Read more
Burak Arıkan is a pioneer on Turkey’s contemporary art scene. His works, which span software programming, electronics, networks and maps, are at the crossroads of the digital and the real world.Read more
Among molotovs, burning fires, companionship, emotions and adrenalin on Tahrir, the heart of Cairo.Read more
Beirut 2012. The city is one big construction site: familiar landmarks disappear overnight. Lara Tabet shot the development through the fences.Read more
“Assorti hit” is a photo essay by Elturan Mammadov paying tribute to the local Azerbaijani musicians.Read more
Matthieu Gafsou est un jeune photographe suisse qui vit et travaille à Lausanne. Ses clichés, de nature documentaire, questionnent les notions d’espace et de territoire, notamment à travers l’homme et son habitat. Mashallah News présente ici son dernier travail, terres compromises, série de 45 images effectuées en octobre 2010 lors d’un voyage d’un mois en […]Read more