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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Who is enjoying the shadow of whom…

In the year 1889, Oscar Wilde looked out the window of his London flat, as the fog rolled in, pondered about the great discourse of human observations, the iconic values of civilizations, beauty, and truth. Taking on the Aristotelian constructs, and changing the dialogue of current thinking about aesthetics and image making. Firing a shot […]

Works on Paper: Disasters of Wars – Syria, Iraq, and Levant

Now in the twentieth-first century, the complex threads of Arab Nationalists, Socialists, Islamists, and their supporting allies have weaved a bloody tapestry in the Syrian civil war, where realities of death, torture, rape, cruelty, and inhumanity are beyond the Abrahamic code and human comprehension. The series of Five Variations on the Disasters of War is […]