Lebanese Designer Najla El-Zein’s “The Wind Portal” Exhibition at London’s V&A Museum Closes in Success 

"The Wind Portal"

“The Wind Portal”

Lebanese designer Najla El-Zein has just wrapped up her critically-acclaimed exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK. “The Wind Portal” debuted on September 14th of this year, running until November 3rd. The V&A provided Ms. El-Zein with a massive, 8-metre high doorway in their museum complex from which she hung the 5,000 paper windmills that created her installation.  Continue reading

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The Role of Arab Immigrants in Haiti’s Art Culture 

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“Les Sirenes” by Rinaud Benoit

A recent article published in Saudi Aramco’s World publication details the history and modern-day presence of Arab immigrants to Haiti in the creation and preservation of Haitian fine arts. Continue reading

Jen Lewin Blends Old and New, Sound and Light 

The BBC interviews American artist Jen Lewin, who hails from Boulder, Colorado. Ms. Lewin incorporates technology and art, insisting that technology has “always been a part of art”. Continue reading