Ajam Media Collective’s ‘Məhəllə’ exhibition explores themes of nostalgia, family histories, and the ‘social biography of things’. It ran from June 8th to June 16th at Baku’s Artim Artspace.
Artist Gelare Khoshgozaran discusses the underpinnings of her work “Medina Wasl: Connecting Town,” tying together the American Date Industry, the Iran-Iraq War, and mock Afghan villages built by the US military in the California desert.
Turkish opposition parties seem to be riding a new wave in political campaigning online, which focuses on specific groups of voters instead of generating online content for their own political clusters.
Every student of Persian literature learns a myth where Sabk-e Hendi, or the Indian Style, is characterized by a period of literary decline. In recent years, many scholars have begun to not only challenge this notion, but also the idea of literary style as a historiographical marker and a category of analysis.