by Robert R. Shane
JUNE 2019 | ArtSeen
The question one asks while experiencing Diana Copperwhites new paintings is: When are they happening? As the exhibition title, The Clock Struck Between Time suggests, the artwork places us in an ambiguous temporal space, drifting from the present moment into a memory still struggling to take form.
by Nedjib Sidi Moussa translated by Janet Koenig
MAY 2019 | Field Notes
The popular uprising in Algiers on Friday, February 22 surprised most observers, starting with those who had rhapsodized over the regimes stability since the emergence of the Arab Spring, or who had emphasized the passivity of a people traumatized by colonial violence, by authoritarian rule, by the civil war in the 1990s. But Algerian society was not cut off from international capitalism or from its regional environment.