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Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie is a writer based between Beirut, Lebanon, and New York, USA.

A number of  long-overdue exhibitions have recently celebrated the achievements of overlooked women artists. What’s driving this wave of rediscoveries?

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 13 OCT 13

Prisoners of conscience and creative acts

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 20 JUN 13

How artists and curators have responded to upheaval in the Arab world, from 1967 to the present day

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 13 APR 13

On working as an artist in Beirut today

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 JAN 13

Artistic responses to the question of Palestine

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 OCT 12

Alex Farquharson and Kaelen Wilson-Goldie grapple with the complexities of dOCUMENTA (13)

BY Alex Farquharson | 01 SEP 12

One woman’s protest in Damascus

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 JUN 12

What a show in New York says about artistic freedom in Lebanon

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 JAN 12

The land and the sea; the mapping of clandestine journeys; the intertwining of personal stories and politics

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 NOV 11

The problems of funding art during times of revolution

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 OCT 11

Three reports from ‘ILLUMInations’, the Giardini and the off-site pavilions 

BY Jens Hoffmann | 01 SEP 11
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A pivotal moment for public performance in the Arab world – this is the first in a regular series of columns by Beirut-based writer Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

BY Kaelen Wilson-Goldie | 01 MAY 11