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Department of Fine Arts & Art History - Faculty Publications

 

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  • Harutyunyan, Angela; Muller, Nat (AUB Press, )
    This book is a hybrid anthology of commissioned art and written works on the subject of capturing time and temporality, representing a collaboration between the American University of Beirut Art Galleries and the Stedelijk ...
  • Esanu, Octavian (AUB Art Galleries, )
    This publication is dedicated to a 2014 exhibition and conference at AUB entitled Critical Machines. For the exhibition, we borrowed the metaphor of the “critical machine” from the language of modern labor processes and ...
  • Esanu, Octavian; Harutyunyan, Angela (MIT Press, )
    ARTMargins publishes scholarly articles and essays about contemporary art, media, architecture, and critical theory. The special issue “Art Periodicals Today: Historically Considered” sketches the advent of periodicals in ...
  • Auji, Hala (Brill, )
    Printing Arab Modernity presents printed books and pamphlets as important sites for visual, material, and cultural analysis in nineteenth-century Beirut at a time of an emerging Arab modernity.
  • Franses, Rico (Cambridge University Press, )
    This book explores the range of images in Byzantine art known as donor portraits. It concentrates on the distinctive, supplicatory contact shown between ordinary, mortal figures and their holy, supernatural interlocutors. ...
  • Harutyunyan, Angela (Manchester University Press, )
    The book addresses late-Soviet and post-Soviet art in Armenia in the context of turbulent transformations from the late 1980s to 2004. It explores the emergence of 'contemporary art' in Armenia from within and in opposition ...
  • Sadek, Walid; Nassar, Adel (Ashkal Alwan, HomeWorks VI, )
    A selection of poems by Adel Nasser, translated by Dr. Walid Sadek.
  • Harutyunyan, Angela (Printinfo, )
    The essays collected in this volume tackle questions related to the possibility of critique, cultural agency as well as propose new positions. They operate on the intersection between art, society and politics as well as ...
  • Esanu, Octavian (AUB Art Galleries, )
    The exhibition, Lebanese Painterly Humanism: Georges D. Corm [7896-1971], organized by the AUB Art Gallery sets on display the work of the Lebanese painter, writer, and cultural activist Georges Daoud Corm. Rather than ...
  • Esanu, Octavian (Routledge, )
    This edited scholarly volume offers a perspective on the history of the genre of the nude in the Middle East and includes contributions written by scholars from several disciplines (art history, history, anthropology). ...
  • Sadek, Walid (Motto Berlin, )
    These collected essays look at the conditions of living under a temporality theorized as the protracted now of a civil war structurally capable of renewing the conditions of its longevous dominance. This protracted now, ...
  • Esanu, Octavian (Central European University Press, )
    The artistic tradition that emerged as a form of cultural resistance in the 1970s changed during the transition from socialism to capitalism. This volume presents the evolution of the Moscow-based conceptual artist group ...
  • Sadek, Walid (Continta Me Tienes, )
    This book [The Time and Age of the Eye] is a bilingual Arabic-Spanish publication that includes fourteen essays, from two different works, that revolve around the value of the body, of the faces, and of their representations ...