Artists vs. The Brotherhood

Mccormick, Ty
February 2012
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);2/20/2012, Vol. 159 Issue 8, p2
The article discusses the changes in the art community in Egypt since the Arab Spring movement broke out in 2011. Artists are able to indulge in subjects that were previously off limits under former president Hosni Mubarak such as poverty and corruption. A look at some exhibitions in Cairo is given, including "D1sc0nN3ct," a collection of digital-media pieces at Townhouse and "The Politics of Representation."


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