ARTS & CULTURES

Ko Shin Moon, Live from Grand Safar Hotel

Today, after touring late 2021in Egypt and lebanon to promote Miniature #1, Ko Shin Moon releases a performance at Beirut Grand Sofar Hotel with goals to collaborate with Lebanese musicians and follow their ambition: the renewal of listening practices through open borders.

Women of Hip-Hop

What may have seemed at first to be a genre encompassing mostly male artists is now changing. In some countries, female rappers were pioneers of their genres, and in others are taking a step in the regional and global scene.

On being a child of the revolution

Teenage years in post revolutionary Tunisia consisted of a lot of premature smoking, hanging out in cafes and getting too agitated in debates over every nook and cranny of modern life.

SAFAR (TRAVEL): Sana’a, Yemen

As part of the new rubric composed with creative writing, a mix of interview and media lead research “Safar (Travel)”, we are introducing Sana’a, Yemen.

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POETRY

Salam Yousry’s disfiguration

ART / PAINTING Salam Yousry’s disfiguration by Nour Team Salam Yousry @salamyousry is a Cairo-based visual artist and filmmaker. Yousry engages in a

INTERVIEWS

Seeing Algeria through curiosity: An interview with Nassim Herkat

Nassim is an Algerian, born and raised in Saint-Denis, Paris, who now spends his time living between Nice and Algiers. In 2017, he created ‘Kabtihkayti’, whose name stems from the Algerian Arabic phrase ‘my bag, my story’. His main aim in creating the project was to break stereotypes that those from developing nations and modest financial backgrounds cannot travel and explore the world.

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ARTS & CULTURES

POETRY

INTERVIEWS

Seeing Algeria through curiosity: An interview with Nassim Herkat

Nassim is an Algerian, born and raised in Saint-Denis, Paris, who now spends his time living between Nice and Algiers. In 2017, he created ‘Kabtihkayti’, whose name stems from the Algerian Arabic phrase ‘my bag, my story’. His main aim in creating the project was to break stereotypes that those from developing nations and modest financial backgrounds cannot travel and explore the world.