Art theory meets pop sing-along in a playful mash-up of tunes and texts.
The subversive Syrian artist trio Fehras Publishing Practices have brought high art and popular culture together for a lively art exhibition.
The tunes of major pop artists are consumed globally, present in concert halls, bedrooms and karaoke bars. Arab cultural institutions are increasingly publishing bilingual catalogues, newsletters, symposia and curatorial texts. The Arab language is entering a globalised institutional art discourse and has become an active player alongside English, French and German as a key world language. But how accessible is art and its publications?
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