The art scene in the Kingdom has seen its ups and downs in recent years, always seemingly concentrated on old and traditional themes, beautifully portraying different aspects of life throughout differ
When artist Wael Shawky attended the 10th Sharjah Biennal in 2011 he became aware of something a little unsettling.
Alâan Artspace, one of Riyadh’s premier street-level galleries, launched its 2014 season with a thought provoking exhibition titled “Questions/More Questions” showcasing the
The traditional ambience of Al-Rashid Qaisariya (old traditional souk) draws many residents and visitors of the Eastern Province especially during weekends, festivals and holidays and has become a
Several expat artists in Jeddah said that gallery owners had refused to display their art works due to the need for special licenses.
The “Lebanese Week,” which included an exhibition of Lebanese handicraft at the residence of Lebanese Consul General Ziad Atallah, came to a successful end. Fifty exhibitors took part.
Jeddah's 500 pieces of artwork continue to amaze visitors because they are maintained on a regular basis, a municipality official said here recently.
Saudi students at an American university celebrated the Kingdom's culture recently by dressing up in traditional clothes and distributing flyers about the country's achievements.
Thousands of Muscovites and several top international architects have launched an unprecedented campaign to save an elegant steel tower that has loomed over Moscow’s skyline since 1922.
Kazakhstan provides an inspiring example of what countries can achieve when governments encourage tolerance, respect, dialogue and cooperation among different cultures, civilizations and peoples.
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