New Yorkers are accustomed to publicly admitting our provincialism while privately upholding the belief that we live at the center of it all. The New Museum's current exhibition "Here and Elsewhere" does nothing if not deftly point out that, at least as far as the art world is concerned, our horizons need quite a bit of expanding. The show is New York's first museumwide survey of contemporary art "from and about the Arab world," an uncomfortable, sweeping proposition that cuts across its subjects with a double-edged sword, reminding us that geography is as much about projection as... More >>>
Courtesy Ruya Foundation for Contemporary Culture in Iraq
Shameful reminders of Bush's "axis of evil" and of the psychological aftermath of Saddam's dictatorship.