The majesty of the Arabic language lies in its diversity. Taking advantage of this characteristic, Tunisian calligrapher Yassine Ben Miled is championing his nation's dialect by translating colloquial linguistic idiosyncrasies into pieces of art.
The self-proclaimed 'capital of the world', decisions made in Washington DC have global consequences. But there's a new taste-maker in town: the city's growing Arab community. The New Arab gives you a whistle-stop or some of DC's best Arab sites.
The New Arab Meets: Palestinian-American chef Michael Rafidi. Drawing on his family's culinary tradition, Michael is part of an Arab vanguard elevating traditional dishes with a contemporary twist, with his restaurant Albi now Michelin-starred.
Book Club: From the evolution of Andalusian food to reimagining the most popular Middle Eastern dishes minus the meat, and a beautiful gastronomic tribute to Beirut, here are three cookbooks to captivate and transform your culinary experience.
Book Club: The culmination of 20 years of work, Jeff Koehler's North African cookbook is the largest collection of Maghrebi cuisine ever written. The cookbook takes the reader's palette on a transnational odyssey of flavours across both land and sea.
Book Club: Cairo is a city that both courts and consumes its inhabitants. Published by French luxury publisher Assouline under the curation of Mai Eldib, 'Cairo Eternal' captures Cairo's charms with a pronounced grace that befits the eternal city.
Yemeni Americans have set up shop in New York City. Known for their entrepreneurial spirit and warm welcome, Yemenis have established themselves on every street corner of the metropolis, forming the foundation of a thriving diasporic community.
After a long period of appropriation, Arab designers are reclaiming their status within the fashion industry. Spurred along by a youth increasingly conscious of style and vogue, the Arab world is entering an exciting period of self-expression.
Book Club: If the Apartheid wall could speak, what would it say? Steve Sabella's photobook plays with this idea to whip the viewer up into a frenzy of daily Palestinian dynamism by conjuring up profound images of respite and enduring resistance.