Negar Azimi

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Negar Azimi on Adnan’s sensuous intellect

04 AUG 20

Motion and migration in the paintings of Frank Bowling

BY Negar Azimi | 23 SEP 19
Venice 2019

Can Ralph Rugoff’s ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ exhibition address histories of narrow nationalism, fascism, and empire head-on?

BY Negar Azimi | 24 APR 19

Negar Azimi visits the Damascus-born artist ahead of her retrospective at MoMA PS1

BY Negar Azimi | 15 MAR 19

‘History is full of people who just didn’t,’ reads the first line of her riveting opening essay, which also serves as a sort of statement of intent

BY Negar Azimi | 23 FEB 19
Fan Letter

‘I know no more perfect portrait of artist and muse’

BY Negar Azimi | 24 JAN 19

Inaugurating the field of postcolonial studies, the Palestinian exile’s masterwork has been embraced and misread ever since

BY Negar Azimi | 28 OCT 18

In times of political turmoil, art is a necessary rebuke to escapism

BY Negar Azimi | 20 AUG 18

A recent show in New York of the filmmaker’s maquettes highlights his insights into contemporary life

BY Negar Azimi | 22 APR 18

Eileen Myles’s new memoir of her dog has much to say about being human

BY Negar Azimi | 21 FEB 18

Éric Baudelaire's thoughtful response to the attacks on the French capital

BY Negar Azimi | 15 OCT 17

Different approaches to travel writing 

BY Negar Azimi | 15 AUG 17

Egyptian surrealism: a case-study in global modernity 

BY Negar Azimi | 23 APR 17

From Werner Herzog to Arthur Jafa: contemporary life, or how to make meaning from fragments

BY Negar Azimi | 10 FEB 17

In praise of oral history

BY Negar Azimi | 16 OCT 16

Art and the culture of apology

BY Negar Azimi | 23 AUG 16
Culture Digest

Negar Azimi on Jane Bowles and bell hooks on Beyoncé: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 13 MAY 16

In the first of a new series of columns, Negar Azimi reflects on trash aesthetics

BY Negar Azimi | 28 APR 16

Art’s conflicted relationship with the Arab Spring

BY Negar Azimi | 01 JAN 12