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An address between trace and proposition: On Gypsum Gallery’s latest group show
Ash Moniz | The show emphasized intimate spaces, homes and habitats
On poignant politics and precarious monuments
Ismail Fayed | A review of Mahmoud Khaled’s new exhibition, A New Commission for an Old State
On portraiture as a work of fiction: Reviewing Gypsum Gallery’s latest show
Sara Elkamel | But what if describing a taxidermied bird’s flight as mere fiction ends the story too soon?
Q&A: On how Randa Shaath’s photography moved in from the street
Lina Attalah | Randa Shaath on showing in a contemporary art gallery and the battles of working in Egyptian newspapers.
Birthmark as colonial inspiration: Shady Elnoshokaty at Gypsum
Jahd Khalil | About five minutes in, each piece of art began triggering thoughts about my own moles.
Doing nothing
Sarah Rifky | #WAYDO marks an interesting moment of collaboration between two types of institution and it stages a
Gypsum Gallery’s first year: An alternative in the making
Ismail Fayed | With nine shows for its first year, Gypsum Gallery is proving itself to be a different and perhaps alternative
Obsession with time: Basim Magdy’s show at Gypsum
Ismail Fayed | In Measuring the Last Breaths of Time on a Fading Scale, Basim Magdy seems fascinated by tracing the
Vacuum formed, or Taha Belal’s many ways of looking
Ismail Fayed | Taha Belal’s debut solo show at Gypsum Gallery feels more like a retrospective than a debut solo show.
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