My current exhibition on the Khayammiyya Tentmakers in the old quartier of Islamic Cairo
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The Hawza is an educational institution for those Shi’i Muslim believers who wish to improve their knowledge of religious sciences.
Beside religious mastery, students are trained to take up religious leadership for the community.
This is my PhD case study, also part of a consultancy for a British Academy project; the editing refers to the exhibition travelling the UK in 2012
Scattered among the very few buildings dictator Enver Hoxha did not destroy, dervish Mikel and dervish Abdulmuttalib strive to preserve the traditions of a unique community of Muslim mystics, the Bektashis
Shadows and Dreams through the 798, i.e.: the Beijing's Art District. People, spaces, smells around the area where artists gather to share the common experience of discussing Art and produce it...
Shanghai's state of art underground system of transportation
My first exhibition from an essay on the Iraqi community of refugees in Iran.
While working on behalf of IOM to assist the first election for the Iraqi after 1968, I explored their daily life in the winter of 2005