Arie Amaya-Akkermans is a writer based in the Princes Islands of Istanbul, interested in contemporary art and culture. His current research deals with the Greek heritage of Anatolia and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Tackling the question: what does it mean to practice art history outside the Western world?
Art disrupts Turkish politics with pieces like “I Know People Like This II”
The contemporary aesthetics and crass objects at the heart of Emre Hüner's work.
How Nasser Al Yousif helped develop a Bahraini conception of modern art
“We speak so much of memory because there is so little left of it.” –Pierre Nora
An interview with Sara Raza, curator at Alaan